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RRF configuration tool help - X and Y location homeall

Posted by Ecko 
RRF configuration tool help - X and Y location homeall
November 18, 2017 02:27PM
I just upgraded to 1.19 from a previos version and noticed and cant get the x homing right. The sensor hovers just at the end of the bed instead on X55 as it should.
Is there a way of inputting the bed homing locations as i used to - this is all very different from what i was used to.

Thanks guys.
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Re: RRF configuration tool help - X and Y location homeall
November 18, 2017 02:39PM
i initialy thought i broke my ir sensor so i bought an DC42's sensor as an upgrade - it hasnt arrived yet, but i am looking forward to it.
My old sensor wasnt broken - the sys code does not have my bed positioning - but i dont know exactly where to put it as all my modifications still result in the x axis still wanting to home outside the bed (X15) instead of X55 or something like that...

Please help.
Re: RRF configuration tool help - X and Y location homeall
November 18, 2017 04:12PM
On the Ormerod, during homing the proximity sensor triggers with the nozzle well off the bed. Measure how far off that is, then set the X parameter in the M208 S1 command to that negative X value. For example, if the sensor triggers when the nozzle is 19mm off the edge of the bed, use X-19 in the M208 S1 command.


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Re: RRF configuration tool help - X and Y location homeall
November 18, 2017 07:46PM
Would this be another issue with the deploy and retract probe folders?

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/19/2017 01:32AM by number40fan.
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