How do you compile and upload Marlin?

How do you compile and upload Marlin?


  1. Install Python.
  2. Install VSCode and then open it.
  3. Download Marlin.
  4. Download the Marlin config files and extract them.
  5. In VSCode, install the Auto Build Marlin extension – To do that, click the extensions button on the left side of VSCode and search for ‘Auto Build Marlin’ and click Install on it.

How do I edit the Marlin firmware BIN file?

In the Arduino IDE; File->Open then navigate to where you put the marlin source code and in the Marlin directory open the marlin. ino file. Then click on the tab with configuration. h and make the changes you need.

How do you make changes to Marlin?

How to compile Marlin 2.0 on Windows PC?

So, you wanna compile Marlin 2.0 on your Windows PC, this video is about how to setup your PC to be ready to do that, let’s get into the video. As usual all links to external documentation and software that I’m referring to are linked in the description of this video.

How to compile Marlin 2.0 for ender3 V2?

I would strongly recommend to use Visual Studio Code and PlatformIO to configure Marlin 2.0 for Ender3 v2 and build your firmware. It takes only a couple of moments to set up, and you will be ready to compile (build your own) firmware.

How many firmware files are in Marlin 2?

In fact, Marlin is made up of many, many files, but we will only need to modify one or two at the most to compile a working firmware and then upload it to our printer. Of course, you can customize Marlin 2 as much as you want, but we already need to modify quite a few files that we will not mention at the moment or that we will do later.

How to configure Marlin 2.0 x from scratch?

Before starting this complete guide on how to configure Marlin 2.0.x from scratch, I wanted to show you an application that I developed some time ago in 3DWork called Marlin Builder.