2 endstops on one axis
If I want to have two endstops on a single axis where only one of the endstops has to be triggered, how would I wire in a second endstop for the one axis to a duet wifi. Would I have to repurpose the expansion board pins?
you would wire them in parallel with NO endstops.
can i ask why you want to do that?
Yea I am building a machine with a fixed bed and the Y axis has 2 sides. Since its being run with 4 motors wired in parallel to a single driver I want it to stop when either side reaches its max so that it doesn't damage itself if the other side is slightly off.
@Veti So I've been thinking and I don't need a second extruder motor driver, so if I was able to wire 2 motors to the Y terminal and the other 2 to the E1 motor driver, How would I redefine the E1 driver and respective endstop in the Config. And from there how would I enable rrf3 to align the two sides?
Thanks for your help.
the motor config would be
M584 X0 Y1:4 Z2 E3
for the endstop config see
so something like
M574 Y2 S1 P"ystop+e1stop"