Expectation fault or actual fault
So I've been setting up a coreXY and pretty much all going swimmingly except the XY gantry behaviour.
If for example I send a command from the DWC for X of +50 the extruder moves diagonally - surely the Y stepper should also be rotating - I did not ask Y to change so why is it ?
Consider that these axes have never been homed, I don't have the end switches wired up yet.
Even so if I ask for +50 X via the DWC dashboard I don't expect to get +50 Y also. Are my expectations correct ? - why is only one of the X Y steppers turning ?
All steppers are fully functional and rotation tested.
The printer is defined using M667 K1, it is usind a Duet 3 and RRF 3 RC2.
[M667] is deprecated in RRF 2.03 and later. Use M669 instead.
If the config tool put M667 in, let me know.
M669 fixed the problem, and confirmed I wasn't going nuts ....
Some of the stuff kicked out by the configuation tool isn't so good - needs some work I think.
The configurator gave you M667 K1? M667 S1 would have still worked. M669 K1 is the newer format. Odd that it's a mix of new and old.
Just tested the configurator and when choosing Duet3 and rrf3 and corexy I got
M667 S1 ; select CoreXY modewhich is still valid.
I changed the S1 to K1 because documentation said that S1 was obsolete - I need to go look where - I think it was in the place where the differences between V2 and V3 are detailed - I'll go see if I can find
Well my bad I found the location - I read the K1 but failed to spot that 667 had changed to 669 so this is definitely a PICNIC problem
(Problem In Chair Not In Computer)
No worries. The configurator should probably be updated to use M669 now anyway.