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grbl ramps 1.4 5 axis (x,y cloned) plus appropriate homing #48
What would we need for MPCNC (dual endstop)
A last question: I saw a comment by chamnit about the upcoming rework of grbl for ARM support. So I wonder on which grbl version is this here based?
Yes, just use the standard version by fra589...
Endstops? ;) (Just because I’m curious... what do we need dual endstops? I have one on each axis (min) and never missed the max yet. Or am I mistaken here? Or do you mean the thing about squaring?)
That’s implemented and works like a charm. See older posts, I have written about this two or three times. (I could do it again, if you want me to do. ;)
Just leave Z out of the homing cycle... (Although I’m currently working on an endstop for my Z - for safe moving height and for my cross laser and camera. ;)
That’s also implemented. Just set the correct pins and homing cycle... In my case it was necessary to switch the order of x and y homing. I think I have one of the bigger MPCNCs.
I would say on the previous one. :P Don’t take this serious, I really have no idea. But most important, I’m very very happy for this piece of software and for my case it’s working perfectly!
Btw I found it:
@fra589 - Where should I send the bill?