Hello all, I finally finished my CNC build today after getting the openbuilds blackbox in the mail. I've ran into 2 problems so far that I'm not sure what to do about and wanted to see if anyone here had any suggestions. Just to note, this is not any kit machine or prebuilt, it's a custom machine I built that is similar in design to the Lead and Ox (I've got about 820mm x 760mm working area on mine). First off is what I'm calling a z probing "delay". I have the Openbuilds XYZ touchplate and when I use it for probing the z axis, there seems to be a delay between when the green light comes out and it actually stops moving the z axis and sets the zero. This ends up causing the Z zero to be ~.5 mm lower than it should be. So when I was doing my first full project today it ended up causing my tabs I put in to hold my piece in place to actually be in the spoil board and useless lol. I was able to work around it for this piece, but ideally the point of having a probing plate is to get accurate zeros. Anyone have any idea why I would be seeing this delay? I would think as soon as that green light comes on it should be sending a signal to the controller and stopping movement immediately... The other problem I've run into today is some connectivity issues with Openbuilds Control and the blackbox. After it's been connected and running for a while it just starts disconnecting saying it's likely due to a crash in the openbuilds control server. I'm able to "fix" it by quitting out of openbuilds control and restarting it, so I don't think the problem is in the blackbox. It started doing this toward the end of that first project I was running today, it didn't seem to cause a problem with the project itself, I guess it sends a queue of commands to the controller or something. But every 10 to 15 seconds it would say it's disconnected and I wouldn't see any gcodes coming across in the serial console. It would usually reconnect after a few seconds, but sometimes it took as like as 15 seconds to reconnect. Has anyone seen this issue or have any ideas what it could be? Oh, one other design question I wanted to see what others thought / would suggest while I'm posting. I might make a separate post for this at some point since it's a little off topic for this post. But, since the blackbox doesn't have an E-Stop connection, I was wondering how people are wiring their E-Stops? I currently have mine wired in to cut the power to the blackbox, but that doesn't cut the power to the spindle. The spindle is on it's own separate power supply and I feel like if I did try to wire it through the same power supply line as the black box / motors it would be pulling way to much amperage on a single line. I have a 1500 watt 120v spindle, so it could pull up to 13.5 - 14 amps on it's own. I run it off a dedicated 20 amp breaker in my workshop. So, even if I did have a power supply line big enough for max potential amperage of it and the rest of the electronics, I'd still prefer to have it on it's own breaker. Thanks!