After a print, insufficient axis homed
Hi to all
I've just upgraded my DuetEthernet from 1.18.2 to 1.121 after nearly a year without any flaw.
I had some issues with the PT100, the homing scripts and the probing, but solved thanks to the forum.
So the printer is up and running within the afternoon.
I've done a test print, went fine, but at the end of the print, all the axis were not homed anymore.
I had to do a G1 Z100 S2 to move the printbed down, as I was getting a G0/G1 insufficient axis homed error.
Any clue ?
mloidl last edited by
I assume you're switching off your motors using M84 after the print.
In this case the axes are not homed any more.
timcurtis67 last edited by
Is there an M18 at the end of your print gcode file? Or M84?
Yes there is an M84 at the end of my S3D end script....
It was already the case before upgrading, but without any issues.
I believe it's due to the change in the G0/G1 implementation with the new version.
So I will correct my end scripts.
M84 and M18 have always flagged the axes as not homed. What's new is that by default you can no longer do a normal move on an axis that is flagged as not homed.
Thanks Dave !
pro3d last edited by
Is there a way to disable the flag so I can move the Z axis when not homed? I need to find Z offset
resam last edited by
@pro3d use M564 H0. see https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Gcode#Section_M564_Limit_axes