In that case you can't move down. Its not an issue per se, just something I noticed. At other values of y>0, we can prevent a crash, because the printer will never moved beyond x=0 in the negative space. #define Z_SAFE_HOMING_Y_POINT ((Y_BED_SIZE) / 8)//((Y_BED_SIZE) / 2) Eryone also ups to feedrate to (#17437) Configuration. (#18316) Add REPORT_FAN_CHANGE option; Change FIL_RUNOUT_INVERTING true to FIL_RUNOUT_STATE HIGH After detecting the home switch or home switch then index pulse (depending on configuation), and setting the coordinate of that point to HOME_OFFSET, LinuxCNC makes a move to HOME as the final step of the homing process. Can you replicate what you think homing sequence should be and see if it does the same thing? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. What is this about This post will give guidelines on how to flash your own marlin onto a Eryone Thinker S V2 (NOT the V1) or ER20 printer. Guten Morgen in die große weite Welt und diesen Tag möchten wir mit einem Artikel rund um die neue Marlin Software starten. Have a question about this project? Homing endonuclease recognition sequences are long enough to occur randomly only with a very low probability (approximately once every 7 × 10 9 bp), and are normally found in one or very few instances per genome. In general a change in behavior like this has to be done as a new feature, disabled by default, so users see consistent behavior on the next update. Is it possible to prevent movements if it hasn't triggered the endstops? Marlin indicates this by blinking question-marks in place of X, Y and Z on the LCD screen (v1.1.8 and older) or blinking ‘?’ in place of the coordinates besides X,Y and Z (Marlin v1.1.9 / v2.0.0 and newer). #define Z_SAFE_HOMING_Y_POINT ((Y_BED_SIZE) / 2) // Y point for Z homing when homing all axes (G28). The X axis hits the endstop abruptly, whilst the Y endstop is very soft. If we can have sequential homing setup, it means the Y homes first, then the X homes when g28 is commanded. With that probe i can only home when my hotend is in the middle of the bed. Mugga. When the BLTouch starts up initially or starts a G28 homing sequence it extends its probe and if any obstruction is found it goes in to a flashing alarm mode. If it stays disabled you’re more likely to … #define DEACTIVATE_SERVOS_AFTER_MOVE Y homes to minimal Y-end stop. But, there is a way, that you can click the x-home or y-home buttons and those will home, but, the Marlin software prevents z homing if the probe is out of the bed area. I selected auto home from pronterface and the X and Y axis homed as normal. G1 X-10 F600 G1 X0 F300 G1 Z-10 F300. The z works correctly with Pronterface or when I use the mechanical z stop and disable BLtouch. yes, I have tried the feature for example g28 x0 y0 homes x first, g28 y0 x0 homes y first. privacy statement. But perhaps that is not the case. I didn’t actually have the endstops mounted and was triggering them with my hand. If you want to attach your Marlin_main.cpp file, I can look to see if you need to patch it so that you can use Z_min for your probe.-Jay On Tuesday, January 28, 2014 8:25:56 PM UTC-6, Ray Cheng wrote: Hi Jay, So I made the change with the Zmin to -1 in pin.h. I do see this as a bug, so why disable this behaviour? Homing is required before G29, M48, and some other procedures. Already on GitHub? Z axis moves downwards until Z-endstop switch hits bed. The value of PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER is set at -2 in Marlin configuration.h if it is set at something else take that into account in the formula below. Your printer doesn't know the position until it's homed. If the stepper re-energizes and starts moving it’s more likely to be a software issue. The main improvements over the previous systems are: Optimized line-splitting algorithm. The Unified Bed Leveling (UBL) system is a superset of the previous leveling systems.. to your account. If homing is needed the LCD will blink the X Y Z indicators. A comprehensive LCD menu system for UBL is coming soon. However, instead of moving all axes away from the endstops before homing —which will lead to grinding in many cases— we should first home Z, then move Z away from the bed (if it's a min endstop), and then home XY last. Ok, so just to get that clear. @c-born It appears that the current conditions surrounding the call deploy_z_probe in homeaxis are not correct, so it's just not getting called. So, you will only get grinding if you start such a homing procedure after homing once already. You signed in with another tab or window. I should be able to set a sequence of axis when g28 gets commanded, or when the buttons are pressed. Copy link $\begingroup$ Somehow in the homing sequence, the z servo is getting the wrong command. Marlin indicates this by blinking question-marks in place of X, Y and Z on the LCD screen (v1.1.8 and older) or blinking ‘?’ in place of the coordinates besides X,Y and Z (Marlin v1.1.9 / v2.0.0 and newer). This means the system needs first to establish its starting point of the physical (machine) coordinate system, a process called Homing. The default value is zero. No products in the cart. If the main issue remains, please comment. What interface separates x-home from y-home? On a related matter, there seems to be a problem with the current build sometimes disregarding the Z minimum endstop on a home operation. @thinkyhead With my setup in the XY home position the print head is located off to the side of the bed, and in the Z endstop trigger height the head is below the level of the bed surface. ... but that function is not required for the homing algorithm. I should be able to set a sequence of axis when g28 gets commanded, or when the buttons are pressed. @thinkyhead I didn’t actually have the endstops mounted and was triggering them with my hand. I have a coreXY printer in which the X endstop is on the carriage, and the y endstop is on the body. I have a z-probe in series with an opto Z-min endstop as a backup, and in testing it appears the Z-probe is not being deployed as it should be, and the "emergency" Z-min is also being ignored. If you’re coming in at a slow enough speed to … In all cases of homing, always y homes first. The position that the joint will go to upon completion of the homing sequence. The home bump is what Marlin calls it when it backs off slowly and comes in for a second measurement. privacy statement. https://github.com/thinkyhead/Marlin/tree/debug_G29. #endif Z Safe Homing prevents Z from homing when the probe (or nozzle) is outside bed area by moving to a defined XY point (by default, the middle of the bed) before Z Homing when homing … Allow Y to home before X with option in Configuration_adv.h. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. to your account. that is what I am talking about. You can add in other dimensions at the same time: G1 X-10 Y-10 F600 G1 X0 Y0 F300 G1 X-10 Y-10 F300. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: I have been thinking of something similar because almost no one wants to home XY while Z is touching the bed. This means the system needs first to establish its starting point of the physical (machine) coordinate system, a process called Homing. (And the number of probe- and endstop-related settings is starting to become a bit messy and confusing.) I updated on Saturday and have run a few test pieces, so far without any problems, thanks. Home; About Us. 9 months ago. EDIT: One thing to try that should rule out a homing sequence as a cause would be to set DISABLE_X or DISABLE_Y to true. Thank you John Edited 1 time(s). But, there is a way, that you can click the x-home or y-home buttons and those will home, but, the Marlin software prevents z homing if the probe is out of the bed area. This is the homing sequence in Marlin. I've not used Repetier ever, so I'm not 100% sure I want to dive into this yet, and just abandon Marlin. I think this is a fairly common configuration. Last edit at 05/23/2015 02:59PM by johnka. Otherwise marlin assumes that z is hight enough and clearance is available. Today I wanted to switch back to latest dev version of repetier, coming from marlin, but doesn't like it as much as repetier. Now the problem is with step 4. Already on GitHub? 9 months ago. Sign in currently homing behaves like: this could be inproved by nesting the movements, saving some hotends and beds. I hope to sort out the correct conditions asap. Can you tell me what you have set for DEACTIVATE_SERVOS_AFTER_MOVE and SERVO_DEACTIVATION_DELAY? Ruger on Tuesday announced that their acquisition of the historic Marlin Firearms brand from Remington is complete, and the company is looking forward to … Follow with M420 S to turn leveling on, or use RESTORE_LEVELING_AFTER_G28 to automatically keep leveling on after G28. if you rely on a probe as a min sensor, maybe a max sensor is handy. Okay, figured it out. When using SENSORLESS_HOMING with TMC2209 drivers. You signed in with another tab or window. If the homing speed is high, it might get a little bit of error, so it backs off a few mm and tries again at a slower speed. Marlin’s extruders=0 or remapping of pins is used in the firmware to allow the use of all the control boards drivers. The unused extruder driver/s are used for the extra stepper/s. I will go into as much detail as possible but please keep in mind that marlin is constantly being developed and changes can lead to a setting being named differently, a file being renamed and so on. ... (NC), to prevent wire disconnects from damaging the machine during the homing sequence. #define SERVO_DEACTIVATION_DELAY 310, Thanks! M112 should then disable that stepper. However, when stepper motors timeout and power down, the z axis falls. Sensorless Homing for Core kinematics; Power monitor and display. currently homing behaves like: move x 10 home x move y 10 home y move z10 home z. this could be inproved by nesting the … Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. When my printer is first turned on using 2.0.6.1 and set to begin homing, the Z_HOMING_HEIGHT option ensures that the z-axis raises 4mm to ensure it doesn't scratch bed surface. this seems to work. X, Y, and Z coordinates get assigned a value of 0. I've always seen home as homing both X and Y axis at the same time. Get the SourceForge newsletter. I installed a BLTouch bed leveling probe on my printer which uses Marlin 2.0.5.3. Homing sequences are typically used as building blocks in testing problems with no reset. It works ok when homing each axis individually, but several times now when given a home command it has continued driving Z homewards, right through the opto-endstop with enough force to break it in half. When the printer powers up it assumes it's on 0,0,0 position. that is what I am talking about. Marlin Firmware, a guide to setting first layer height using home offset (G-code M206), use home offset to set gap between hot end and the bed on the 3d printer. Is there a setting on Marlin to raise Z before homing XY? If you have your axis at the right end (for example) and try to move right ("move X +10") you will get a loud grinding sound as the motor torque fails to move the axis and the motor slips out of its magnetic hold. I know it won't be that easy in practice, for example the specific homing sequence we use, and some other stuff. The head then went to Z safe home position in the middle of the bed and the Z axis moved as though homing but even after the Z probe triggered, it continued to ascend, nearly jacking the print carriage off the gantry before I could reach the power switch. Denn vor knapp 3 Stunden wurde ein „Big Update“ veröffentlicht und Marlin steht ab sofort in Version 2.0.6 zum Download bereit. Sign in Use whatever This sounds like its more of an issue with your user interface of choice, since @galexander1 mentioned a way to do it with Gcode. The latest RC (RC2) addresses some of this. See also G26 Mesh Validation and G29 for UBL. @Wurstnase: if the bed is not on the home position (min stop not engaged) there should be no movement away from the min position. About Aha3D; Our Team; Careers at Aha3D May 2017 edited May 2017. In all cases of homing, always y homes first. Marlin also has pretty much out of the box support for 2 drivers feeding 2 motors on Y which we use for out long axis because it has 2 motors. The next thing I have to sort out is the Z homing. order you need. Axis sequence. Okay, figured it out. ... After homing the 3d printer again, the Z axis will be updated, and the -2.5 position will become the new zero position. doing some mill type work with a sharpie, i noticed that the marlin 1.0.0 firmwar hase some issues with the order of things in homing. Now the printer seems to be of two minds when it comes to finding the origin. When you enable this by default we will crash a lot of working configurations. G28 disables bed leveling. I would also porobably turn off the homing bump for a … What is when you bed is on the maximum position? Also, i use a probe as a min endstop. Reply Quote. Add USE_PROBE_FOR_Z_HOMING option; Add SERIAL_FLOAT_PRECISION option; Add SD_PROCEDURE_DEPTH option (for M32 P) Add JD_HANDLE_SMALL_SEGMENTS option. Here, a reset is a special input symbol that takes every input to the same state, i.e., it is a synchronizing sequence of length one. There are a lot of users which are using something like this. And I assume your Z_HOME_DIR is -1… Hmm, so far the current Development code looks like it should at least try to call deploy_z_probe for homeaxis(Z_AXIS). X and Y move at the same time to position the Z-endstop probe to the center of the bed. what do you mean by grinding? $\endgroup$ – Tim Shoemaker Mar 5 at 14:05 Put it in your slicer's G-code prologue. Ruger on Tuesday announced that their acquisition of the historic Marlin Firearms brand from Remington is complete, and the company is looking forward to … By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and It's got to be a setting or code issue with the BLtouch homing sequence. Possible can be added as a new feature request. This way both the x and y endstops can be moved to the body of the printer, and eliminates three pesky wires from the moving carriage, by shifting them to the body of the printer. ; UBL Startup Guide. https://github.com/drewzh/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/Configuration_adv.h. Get notifications on updates for this project. This means you have to home X and Y before Z, or you will drive the head into the print bed. Have a question about this project? When the BLTouch starts up initially or starts a G28 homing sequence it extends its probe and if any obstruction is found it goes in to a flashing alarm mode. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and X homes to minimal X-end stop. However, as @Wurstnase points out, Marlin won't allow any movement in the direction away from an endstop until that axis has been homed. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. Get newsletters and notices that include site news, special offers and exclusive discounts about IT products & services. I agree that with all types of delta printers around, things get complicated, and i can see an option that looks for a delta flag somewhere to choose the order of things as the order used now ruins a lot of beds and nozzles as well on xyz printers without a heated bed. #define Z_SAFE_HOMING_X_POINT ((X_BED_SIZE) / 8) //((X_BED_SIZE) / 2) // X point for Z homing when homing all axes (G28). doing some mill type work with a sharpie, i noticed that the marlin 1.0.0 firmwar hase some issues with the order of things in homing. This is only apparent when homing the X and Y axis at the same time, but when homing individually the issue disappears. Go to step 7 to test the new settings. ... Use homing sequence with preheat as these allow to set a probing position as well that would allow activating z probe. So I now have safe homing and Grid formation leveling, however the last bug I have is after the G29 sequence, the probe stays over the last point, which leaves the bed at X0.5, Y200, Z5.06 BUT the printer thinks it is at X0.5, Y0, Z5.06 meaning I can't get the Y axis back over to start printing? I have updated my test branch, if you would like to see some extra logging of the issue: https://github.com/thinkyhead/Marlin/tree/debug_G29. They have been used in conformance test- The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: @rupin FWIW, you can do this with "G28 Z\nG28 Y\nG28 X\n". 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