Most accurate guides and not hard to do for fresh klipper

Basic Information:

Printer Model: Ender3
MCU / Printerboard: Creality 1.1.4

Describe your issue:

Ok, so i installed sucessfully klipper, all is working fine no problems with connection.
Did PID calibration and Extruder E-Steps calibration(120mm one)
Im using PETG i know temp for my filament.

Im interested with guides without slicer involvement.
What i should do now?

What topics should those guides deal with?
If you only print with a particular filament you should determine/set pressure advance and the input shaper.
Did you already test what speeds and accelerations your printer is capable of?

And did you of course read through the Klipper configuration website:

Are you already familiar enough with your Slicer?
Did you set up the correct start and end gcode/Macros?


First i counted extrusion multiplier.

In my case(0.5 noozle)
1/((1.05+1.05+1.06+1.06)/4)= 0.947867298578199

Yes im familiar with Cura a bit(printed only 1.5 spools of pla that gave me seller of printer free)
Now i started with PETG(225-230C) temp is fine for Nebula PETG.

So things Done so far:
Extruder E-Steps
Extrusion Multiplier

I didnt used any macro, just did the first print in klipper.
Should i put Extrusion Multiplier in Cura or there is setting in Klipper Printer.cfg?
Cant find any setting in Cura but its under Flow i guess.
In my case its 95% right?

So i guess i will do Pressure Advance.
There is good guide on youtube for this?

While doing second print with flow changed to 95% i got disconnected MCU in klipper, what i can do in that case?
But i could meansure nicely so its not big deal.

Second box i got dimensions very nice i guess, it was 20.01mm 20.02mm so its all good.
And wall was 1.00mm so all good.

this guide will work nice?

Ok so i did Pressure Advance first print.
Followed this guide:

I have bowden so i picked 0-1 with increments of 0.1

Should i do next print around 0.8?

What says the guide?
Such values are not fix forever and might even vary with different spools of the same filament.
As you are new to this business try out what you think sticks best to the guide.
Get yourself familiar with your printer and everything around it and optimize it step by step.

This way you should learn how things work and are tied together.
The learning curve is very steep at the beginning but it is worth the effort!

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Yes i know that every filament is different, every printer also.
I did mounted everything in this printer more then twice(some things need to adjust also), or i just did mistakes.
So looking at that photos what i need to pick?
I know its PETG its not easiest thing, but i learn.

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