IDEX Homing



  • Re: IDEX Homing Issues
    Hi
    I use a DUEX2 WIFI and have the same problem and with T2 the min / max X / U are different again

    M208 X-65 Y-35 Z0 U0 S1                               ; set axis minima
    M208 X330 Y305 Z330 U398 S0
    

    T2.JPG T1.JPG T0.JPG


  • administrators

    Please post your config.g file and all your homing files.



  • @dc42 I am sending the files tonight
    am currently at work



  • @dc42
    Hello the files here
    I probably don't understand something right

    M115
    FIRMWARE_NAME: RepRapFirmware for Duet 2 WiFi/Ethernet FIRMWARE_VERSION: 3.1.1 ELECTRONICS: Duet WiFi 1.02 or later + DueX5 FIRMWARE_DATE: 2020-05-19b2
    

    homez.g homey.g homex.g homeu.g homeall.g config.g



  • There is no solution ?


  • administrators

    @Elko said in IDEX Homing:

    I use a DUEX2 WIFI and have the same problem and with T2 the min / max X / U are different again

    What exactly is the problem you are having?

    It's normal for the reported user positions to depend on which tool is selected, because when you select a different tool, the firmware has to translate the current machine position back to user coordinates.

    When you select tool 0 in your 3rd image, X maps to X so the firmware takes the current position of the X axis, applies the tool offset (which is zero for tool 0) and that is the user X position. if you have just homed X, then the machine X position is -65 (set by the M208 parameter), hence the user X position is also -65.

    When you select tool 1 in your 2nd image, X is mapped to U. So the user X position is the U machine position after applying any U tool offset. That's why X is 398.

    When you select tool 0 in your first image, X is mapped to both X and U. The difficulty here is that in this case, the X and U tools are not in compatible positions, i.e. there is no user X coordinate that maps to the current position of both X and U axes. So the firmware takes an average. If you now send a movement command such as G1 X150 then both tools will move to a position consistent with the new user X coordinate.

    Duet Web Control doesn't yet have the ability to display the machine coordinates, but in RRF 3.1.x you can fetch them using this command:

    m409 k"move.axes[].machinePosition"

    This position will not change when you switch between tools, assuming no movement commands in your tool change files.

    HTH David



  • ok i have to look at this again i don't understand it at the moment
    THANK YOU



  • Ok, I understand it now
    0X 0Y 0U are now in the middle of the bed
    IT WORKS OUT


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