Y axis moves double the amout it should

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  • #92956

    Martin_Korwald
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    could it be because i wired it wrong?

    For now i changed the value in estle cam to double the amount it should be but i am not realy satisfied with that solution.

     

     

    #92961

    Barry
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    could it be because i wired it wrong?

    For now i changed the value in estle cam to double the amount it should be but i am not realy satisfied with that solution.

    Nope, not a wiring issue.  Where did you get the parts?

    #92966

    Tim
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    Are the model numbers on all 4 steppers the same?

    Are the pulleys on the steppers all 16 tooth?

    #92967

    Martin_Korwald
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    #92969

    Martin_Korwald
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    #92971

    Martin_Korwald
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    Pulleys are 16 teeth and steppers are all the same

    #93073

    Heath
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    Make sure that all jumpers are on under the stepper drivers.  Since Y is the one with the issue, particularly check it to make sure all 3 jumpers are in place.  If they are, and you’re still having problems, you can change the movement in firmware.

    You should be able to change:

    #define DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT { 200, 200, 800, 200 }

    to

    #define DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT { 200, 100, 800, 200 }

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    #93147

    Martin_Korwald
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    Make sure that all jumpers are on under the stepper drivers. Since Y is the one with the issue, particularly check it to make sure all 3 jumpers are in place. If they are, and you’re still having problems, you can change the movement in firmware.

    You should be able to change:

    #define DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT { 200, 200, 800, 200 }

    to

    #define DEFAULT_AXIS_STEPS_PER_UNIT { 200, 100, 800, 200 }

     

     

    one jumper wasnt connected properly i fixed it and now everytning is as it should be. Thank you verry much

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