I’m about to downgrade to the Grbl just to get some functionality.
Chillipeppr requires internet and is unstable with the tinyG (requires frequent resets, switches G21 and G20 when resetting, sometimes just freezes up). Also, I can’t run Chilipeppr directly on a Raspberry Pi 3, so I still have to dedicate my laptop to the carve.
UGS Platform 1.0.9 doesn’t seem to fully support TinyG - very important buttons don’t work. For instance: reset zero (G54), return to zero, STOP…among nearly every other button. Doesn’t work either on Pi 3 or Windows 10 laptop. Also, no visualization on Pi 3, so my laptop is still required. Maybe I’m doing it wrong? Is anyone getting this working reliably?
Carbide’s software doesn’t want to open a connection if it’s not a grbl.
Long story short, does anyone have a stable, non-internet, visualizing software solution for the TinyG?