Here’s a stupid, yet obviously seemingly apparent to most, question, is the board input AC or DC? And does it matter
Yes, I’m looking for the command
Looking to execute a macro on start up
I would simply like to be able to manually move each access to the exact location on the edge of the build plate to the tip of the hot end like manual bed leveling - If I missed this somewhere, let me know, thanks man
Is there a way to manually configure each axis start and end points
- this help guide assumes the x y z axis are somehow square to each other
custom builds - the overall width of a single axis in the hom(ect).g files is not optimal as custom builds each axis has a different start and end travel distances - did I miss this manual configuration info?
Take a look
- define in what circumstances you would use one or the other
- i’ve noticed a start up if end-stops are pressed the corresponding lights on the board are lit, else if they’re not pressed on start up they are off on the motherboard, explain?
An active low endstop is one which pulls the signal to ground when the endstop is pressed (normally open).
An active high endstop is one which pulls the signal to ground when the endstop is not pressed.
why stop here,… when you’re doing so well dudes,…
How about adding a section, or link, too test the motors out with the duet web control.
core homing and verifying build space configuration, for successful XYZ positioning and end-stops
; /* add command comments in the config.g file */
The easier it is to adopt and configure successfully, the more product you sell and the more popular it becomes,
- now we just need a g-code repo for custom macros, to do some cool sh_t
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