Backlash Compensation Revisited
oliof last edited by
The last time this topic was discussed, it was pointed out that backlash compensation was never in Marlin ... but it has been added for a while now https://marlinfw.org/docs/gcode/M425.html
It supports Cartesian and Core kinematics and has seen some continuous improvements over the last two years.
It's not listed on G-Codes not implemented, so maybe there is some hope for it to be added (in 3.5 or later, I guess)?
sebkritikel last edited by
@oliof FWIW Stratasys has (had?) backlash compensation for at least the Y-axis on some printers.
A (fairly) old printer model, but the built in calibration procedures are worth the read IMO.
o_lampe last edited by o_lampe
supported, since it would make gears mesh of my 'Hitchhiker' U-axis easier to adjust.
Too tight and it suffers top speed or even skips steps, too sloppy and it's less accurate.
Also other drives with gear(box) would love this feature