Auto Squaring, My axis is hella square…

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  • #55249

    Geoffrey
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    Well someone needs to be first… I’ll give it a shot.

    #57229

    Bug2k16
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    I’m going to give this a go, where do the home switch wires attach on the ramps board? I see there are the x-min, x-max, y-min, y-max, z-min and z-max header pins. How are these connected for the 2 x-min switches and 2 y-min switches?

     

    Thanks.

     

    #57230

    thesfreader
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    Bug, X-min and X-min-2 are connected to X-Min and X-Max. Same for Y.

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    #57232

    Ryan
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    #57302

    Bug2k16
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    Thanks. Not sure how I missed that page. All working fine now, a great feature.

    #57794

    Chris
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    Just got my autosquare setup on my new MPCNC for my laser.  Where in config.h do I set the offsets?  I can’t find it.

    #57795

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Its in config adv. I have also updated the dual endstop page a bit with slightly more detailed info.

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    #108373

    İsmail
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    is it possible to use MPCNC with ramps 1.4 board using as a 3d printer or not

    if yes enough to use Dualdual 1.1.5?

    or how ?

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by  İsmail.
    #108406

    Jeffeb3
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    Dual endstops came in Marlin 1.1.9 I think. Or they are in 2.0.x.

    Yes, you can build an mpcnc into a 3D printer. and use dual endstops. Be careful building it too large, it will get exponentially harder with size and it can take days to print anything big anyway. For inspiration, check out Dui’s buildin China. He makes huge prints with his (I would call him an expert).

    #108488

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Yes, you can build an mpcnc into a 3D printer. and use dual endstops.

    You will need a board with 6 drivers though.

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    #108526

    Jeffeb3
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    Yes, you can build an mpcnc into a 3D printer. and use dual endstops.

    You will need a board with 6 drivers though.

    Oh yeah…

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