Dual IR Z probes.
terbospaghetti Banned last edited by
I'll try to keep the explanation as simple as possible, but I'm trying to flesh out the concept for an IDEX COREXY machine.
My concept calls for two separate X rails, one for the X axis, and another for the U axis.
These two rails would introduce the chance for variation between them in Z, but ideally I could compensate for that with a second Z probe attached to the U carriage.
Is it possible to store a height map that is specific to each tool? And more importantly, call them up independently during a print when there's a tool change?
o_lampe last edited by o_lampe
I'm sure the Z-difference between two independent carriages will boil down to a constant offset. (both running on the same Y-rails)
So there'd be no need for a second heightmap.
IMHO you'd have to unload heightmap X, rename both heightmaps and load heightmap U, if you still think you'd need two maps
*if you can use two IR probes is another story
@terbospaghetti yes you can use two Z probes, generate two height maps and load the correct one in the tpost file.