Bed position



  • I looked through all the documentation and I didn’t see this reference (likely missed it) so sorry in advanced if this question is obvious.

    On the DaVinci the endstop is positioned in such a way that the nozzles are not over the bed when the X endstop is activated. This means 0,0 is off the bed. How and what’s the best way to tell the Duet that the endstop is actually at X -30?



  • You can tell the slicer that you have an origin outside the bed volume.

    That's what I do anyway.


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    @BPisLife:

    I looked through all the documentation and I didn’t see this reference (likely missed it) so sorry in advanced if this question is obvious.

    On the DaVinci the endstop is positioned in such a way that the nozzles are not over the bed when the X endstop is activated. This means 0,0 is off the bed. How and what’s the best way to tell the Duet that the endstop is actually at X -30?

    Use X-30 in the M208 S1 command in config.g.



  • Thank you both!


 

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