I’ve read the new post explaining how to enable/disable the feature and I can confirm that it works form me using Snapmakerjs but I wasn’t able to do the same with Luban.
Anyway… I’m using my Snapmaker Original inside the enclosure but with the door cable disconnected and feature disabled using Snapmakerjs becuase I had some problems and I think I can live also without this feature.
Today I just re-try and here there is my scenario:
enclosure door cable disconnected from my Orignal
door feature disabled
connect the USB drive with a gcode file inside
power on the Snapmaker Original
start the print using the display
while waiting the temperatures I just connect the enclosure door cable to the controller
after reaching the temperature the print starts but after the first layer it goes to the border line of the bed and continue to print in the wrong position causing also bad noise…
stop and power off the machine
disconnect the enclosure door cable from the controller
@Bullone, I had a similar issue with the enclosure door. All would work great until I opened the enclosure, then the print head would move to the far right side and continue trying to print while making awful noises. All issues resolved once I unplugged enclosure from machine.
I was not able to view the FYI link you posted, the file appears to be gone.
Easy solution, unscrew the door end that contains the magnets from the panels. leave the panels open and place the unscrewed door end on the door frame where it would sit when the door is closed. the magnets will hold the door end in place without any extra effort.
You only need to remove 3x small screws that hold the door end to the door panel. It really is that simple.