Axis limits

For example minimum axis limit (examplex axis)
If this is 20, is the origin of the xaxis 20? 
axis limit is generally the maximun space you can move , if you put x20 y30 z50 it mean that the maximun you can print it a cube of 20x30x50 it the total space you have

For example, the minimum value is
x 20 y20 z0.2
Maximum value
x 100 y 100 z 10
What if it is? 
@MRJEON said in Axis limits:
For example minimum axis limit (examplex axis)
If this is 20, is the origin of the xaxis 20?Define "origin".
The bed on my printer is a piece of tool plate 310x310.
The printing surface is a magnetically secured piece of flexible steel 300x300.
I prefer to have X=0 Y=0 at the center of the bed so I set X/Y min to 150 and max to +150.
The maximum range of motion for X and Y actually is about 160 to +160.
I confine printing to 295x295 to allow for variations in the placement of that 300x300 piece of steel.
Does that answer you question?
Frederick

Then, if the minimum value x 0 and the maximum value x 150, is the zero point x 75?

@MRJEON said in Axis limits:
Then, if the minimum value x 0 and the maximum value x 150, is the zero point x 75?
OK let's use the actual command M208.
Assuming all other settings are correct...

If I use M208 X0:300 Y0:300 then X=0 Y=0 should be the leftfront corner and X=300 Y=300 the backright corner AND X=150 Y=150 the center of the bed.

If I use M208 X150:150 Y150:150 then X=150 Y=150 should be the leftfront corner and X=150 Y=150 the backright corner AND X=0 Y=0 the center of the bed.
Does that help?
Frederick
