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CNC X Pro V3 Tool measurement z-axis

Discussion in 'Controller Boards' started by Stephan Schmidl, Mar 5, 2017.

  1. Stephan Schmidl

    Stephan Schmidl Well-Known
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    Hi folks,
    maybe someone could give me a hint, how to connect probe tool measurement the correct way.
    I found a method for v2 but that didnt work for v3.


    Greetings
    Stephan
     
  2. snokid

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    Z-probe pin now accessible from screw terminal

    I did it the old way, as I have v2

    looks like there should be a screw terminal labeled z-probe...
    hope that helps.
    Bob
     
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  3. Stephan Schmidl

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    Hi Bob, thank you for your reply...but ground pin should be the same, as at V2 ?
     
  4. snokid

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    any ground on the board would work. could even use the ground coming from power supply.
    Bob
     
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  5. Stephan Schmidl

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    Well, installed all cables right, but nothing happened!
    Do I have to "arm" that probe thing anyhow?
     
  6. snokid

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    how are you trying to get it working?
    are you sending g38.2 my set up v2.

    hope that helps.
    Bob
     
  7. Stephan Schmidl

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    Hi Bob, I will try that later on, thanks a lot for your reply.
     

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