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SKR 1.3 – VS Code with PlatformIO install




This is a brief tutorial on how to install VSCode with PlatformIO for Marlin firmware compiles and uploads on the SKR 1.3 printer motherboard.

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Hardware:
1 – BigTreeTech SKR 1.3
1 – USB Serial cable

Documentation:

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(SKR v1.3)
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Software:
Marlin Firmware 2.0.x

VScode:

Pronterface:

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  • Thanks for doing this tutorial… It was a big help with getting my Tevo Tornado running with the SKR 1.3 motherboard.


  • I fave a bin file for my printer that I need to modify. How can I get this into VS Code so I can make changes?


  • is there a way to take an existing .bin file and uncompile it so I can see the file in vs code?


  • same Arduino IDE ? no upload via TF Card


  • After having multiple computer issues, I finally found a computer that would compile my build, before it could be sent to the printer, the power went out. Now, platformio just continually wants to install.


  • Hi, the subtitles are very good but there are a few mistakes. If you want I can remove the errors of conjugations contained in the sentences?


  • I bought an SKR v1.3 after watching your video and was amazed to find 2-3V of ripple! on the 5V switching power supply even though the 24V input had only 120mV of ripple going in.  They do seem to have put some thought into the filter network on the 3.3V supply (not that it helps much with right around 1V of ripple), but there's no such network on the 5V supply.  Just curious if this is typical, or if my board is just defective–have you tried putting an oscilloscope on yours?


  • @9:40… why did you do this?

    When I got to the end of the video and sent the M119 command, the endstops all reported 'open'. Is that a problem? Should I change it back?


  • Thanks!
    Very help full video!


  • Thank you for this, cheers.


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    Author Reply

    Hello,
    thanks for your video.
    Can you tel me how can i config marlin to laser mode?


  • So I have been able to connect to my printer. In manual mode I can jog x, y and z.
    When I send m119 I get endstop “triggered “whether they are or not.
    The level sensor light is not on.
    Calling for bed heat, or, nozzle heat, I get nothing.
    For example when I send m140 s60 I get “unknown command”. I think the output of the SKR HE0 connections should be 24vdc (firing the SSR to heat the bed). Am I correct in this?
    This leads me to think that the firmware isn’t set up right.

    I started with “Marlin-bugfix-2.0.x”

    In configuration.h, I changed:
    1. #define SERIAL_PORT -1
    2. #define BAUDRATE 115200
    3. #define MOTHERBOARD BOARD_BIGTREE_SKR_V1_3

    In platform.ini, I changed:
    1. default_envs = LPC1768

    I compiled using visual studio code

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks, Joe


  • So I have been able to connect to my printer. In manual mode I can jog x, y and z.
    When I send m119 I get endstop “triggered “whether they are or not.
    The level sensor light is not on.
    Calling for bed heat, or, nozzle heat, I get nothing.
    For example when I send m140 s60 I get “unknown command”. I think the output of the SKR HE0 connections should be 24vdc (firing the SSR to heat the bed). Am I correct in this?
    This leads me to think that the firmware isn’t set up right.

    I started with “Marlin-bugfix-2.0.x”

    In configuration.h, I changed:
    1. #define SERIAL_PORT -1
    2. #define BAUDRATE 115200
    3. #define MOTHERBOARD BOARD_BIGTREE_SKR_V1_3

    In platform.ini, I changed:
    1. default_envs = LPC1768

    I compiled using visual studio code

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks, Joe


  • Great job! Thanks! Отличная работа! Спасибо!


  • thanks for video… and german sub 😀


  • Thank you Edward for this tutorial! It really helped me a lot! To be recognized the motherboard from the computer, we must check if the red jumper is shortsircuit +5v and USB. Otherwise will not activate the MB and the computer will not see it!


  • I'd like to start of by saying that you're videos are enormously helpful and informative, but I do have a suggestion related to the production of your videos. A number of your recent uploads feature thumbnails with rather hard to read text, I would recommend using (if you are able) a contrasting white/black outline to help it stand out a little more against the background.


  • You're my favorite teacher, Edward. Thanks!


  • I love your videos and the way how you explain.


  • Nice tutorials man, I'm following especially SKR 1.3 videos because of building my own 3D printer thanks to you.


  • Great video!


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