Problem of calibration of the axes ?
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Of course, I will have a lot of questions in the next few days since I finally finished my 3D printer and it works at the same time, I discovered the Duet3D!
Of course, some small adjustments that I will try to understand with if possible your help ...
I have something that I can not explain. After adjusting the mesh of my bed, when I do the plateau calibration test, I have to set the value of the axis limits (X-23) in "Config.g" M208 X-23 Y0 Z0 S1 because if I put M208 X0 Y0 Z0 S1 my bed is not entirely done. The bed is done on 3/4 .
I think that I have not configured the position of my axes correctly and that I must have an error in "Homeall.g"
M208 sets the axis travel, which is the whole distance each axis can move. For example, your X axis endstop is activated beyond the point where the nozzle is on the edge of the bed. So the X-23 tells the Duet where the edge of the bed is from the endstop. So your use of M208 is correct.
The reason for this is to allow for an offset probe, or for the nozzle to go off the bed (if you need to change filament).
You can also set the axis maximum movement. If your bed is 200mm x 200mm and Z can move up 200, you can set M208 to:
M208 X-23:200 Y0:200 Z0:200
This means that each axis won't try to move beyond the bed.