G10 L1 sets tool offset, M585 is for updating (ie homing) a specific tool. In that sense, it is similar to homing a tool, rather than the machine. I have updated the text to: “This code works similarly to G1 .. H1 (machine homing; G1 .. S1 is RRF 2.02 and earlier) except that it sets the offset of the current tool instead of the machine position.” Please use the forum if you need to discuss this further: https://forum.duet3d.com/
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Wiring colour cannot be relied on to be the same between motors; there’s no standard. Even otherwise identical motors can be wired differently internally. But yes, switching one pair of wires on one motor (ie reversing one phase) will change the direction of rotation.
If you have a spare motor driver (eg E1), you can connect the second Z motor there, and configure the direction of rotation separately in config.g. See Bed levelling using multiple independent Z motors
Thanks for pointing this out. I’ve updated the text to refer to H6_PWM and H7_PWM pin headers.
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See the first paragraph above. If you’re using a Duet 3 + Raspberry Pi, use the SD card in the Raspberry Pi (see the linked documentation). If you are using the Duet 3 without Raspberry Pi (stand alone), the SD card goes in the Duet 3. The Duet 3 already has the firmware on it, the SD card is for the configuration.
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Thanks for pointing this out, fixed!
No, it’s the SD socket on the PanelDue that is disabled, not the SD socket on the Duet, if you use the 4-wire cable. The documentation above clearly says “SD socket on PanelDue not accessible” when using the 4-way cable.
I think you have a curly quote in your M587 command. All quote marks should be straight quotes.
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