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Hey guys. You need to enable cloud in your preferences.
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Go the the build tab, then into the files tab. Dimension drawings are in there.
contact [email protected] They will sort you out.
Keep in mind that your motors will get warm, especially when idle.
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With OpenBuilds control, go into settings. Change $3. Click "Save to Firmware".
No prob. John has some good vids. Its why I went with Fusion and why I bought a Tormach.
Both are easy to check with a dial indicator. Here's a few videos on the subject
I totally forgot about runout. That's a big one.
I have t track like the pic above. I never use it. But one benefit is that I can replace sections of the spoilboard instead of the whole thing....
As I mentioned before. If you want dead on accuracy, you're going to have to dial in your toolpath using stock to leave. Even the HAAS kids have...
"Cutter Compensation" is not the correct terminology. We know what you mean, but others wont since it has nothing to do with either...
I'm pretty sure that 12-24 output will match the supply voltage. So, 12v in means 12v out.
The OB light ring is 24V so it gets wired to your power supply, not the BB.
Yes, you can run switches on both sides. Just wire them parallel....
You need to adjust your motors steps per mm. If you're using OpenBuilds Control, then use the calibration wizards in the Wizards and Tools menu....
Sounds good to me.
Ahhhhh. I didnt catch that :)
There were two issues. One, you were trying to machine outside the boundaries of your work area. That's solved.
The next one is that your limit...
It will warn you when it gets to that command. It doesnt scan all of your code for possible errors before you start. The check size button would...
Sorry, dont understand the point you're trying to make. Can you clarify?
In any case, take Y for example. You're trying to go to -729. But you...