Hey guys. Going crazy trying to figure this out. I'm done for the night and I'm typing this on my phone. I don't have code examples. If I didnt step away from the machine I was liable to push it off of the table and start sledgehammering it. I'll provide code soon. I need to know the -exact- procedure for Zeroing this machine. I have a workbee 1510, I'm using the control software that comes with it, and I'm making my cam in fusion. I have the grbl patch that is supposed to make it work. Some operations work... most dont... When I home all, that works. Then i zero out the machine manually. I usually go off to one side . Then bump the tool against the stock, raise Z, then divide the width of the tool by 2 to figure out X 0 then i set it by clicking the button. I do the same fir Y. Then I lower z until it touches. That's all the instructions and videos say to do "you're good to go" hit the button and it PLUNGES and drags the tool through the stock, them plunges even deeper to start a cut, then I stop the thing, hit GO HOME and it hits the Z limit, and goes more or less back to 000 but not exactly then I have to re zero it. You'll have to take my word for it at the moment, but the code does not say to plunge... however, I noticed that theres a drop down. It says go to work area zero,, or go to (some other) zero. One is g53. If i tell it to go to the zero i created it generally does, half of the time. If i tell it go to to g53 home it will run away and hit z limits and XY would stop somewhere in alaska if i let the machine go on... I'm in Texas if that gives you an idea... How the crap do you zero the g53? Is that causing these issues potentially? I have checked and re checked and triple checked and then did it again the models in fusion. Even the fusion simulations raise the tool. Not lower... Furthermore, I flipped my piece over and tried to cut the back side and the first cut was INCHES off of where it should be. I used a squared piece of stock, that fit exactly into the same clamps, used the same axis point etc. I guess that's a different thread though. PLEASE... help. And please dont say "well blah blah without code we cant help' I'll get you the code asap... in incredibly frustrated. this machine cost a good chunk of money and a lot of my time and it needs to start producing $$$. I need help figuring this out. Please help. Also, if you're versed in fusion, that would be ideal, giving examples in a different software would be like giving instructions in russian to me. The only thing I know about g-code is from the grbl pdf with codes that I downloaded. Please do not assume that I know anything at all about what in doing. Explain it to me as if I didnt know what a computer was. I wont be offended. Be detailed, there is probably 1 small step I'm missing. Thanks in advance.