Marlin firmware z homing wrong direction

marlin firmware z homing wrong direction

marlin firmware z homing wrong direction

 · If the host has set home z to min it assumes z coordinate zero after sendung the command. This must not be the same the firmware thinks. And as you say up goes down, so inver z direction should help. That will ofcourse also change homing direction. Thats what i do not understand. Why does homing to min work if direction is set wrong.

 · I then flashed the firmware on the BTT github (` firmware-bltouch-for-z-homing.bin `) When I home the Z axis, it uses the BL touch properly to home, however, when I use the ABL in marlin, it homes x, y, z (in center of board) then moves to the first point of the mesh and probes the first spot. it probes, then it displays "Probing failed" on the screen and stops the ABL.

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 all axes with G28. As a side-effect, X and Y homing are required before Z homing. If stepper drivers time out, X and Y homing will be required again.

 · Specs: SKR1.3, TMC2130 Sensorless Homing, Marlin, Ender 3. 0,0 is on left bottom of the Buildplate, as usual. X, Y axis move fine (to right and back when adding +10 on the axis). But when I home the axis, they move to the right/front insted of left/back.

 · [BUG] X and Y axes move in wrong direction after homing. (marlin 2.0 on skr 1.3 with tmc 2130) #16323. XOIIO opened this issue Dec 25, 2019 · 6 comments Comments. Copy link Quote reply XOIIO commented Dec 25, 2019. Bug Description. Hi all, so this is probably an issue with my configuration but maybe also a bug, I am upgrading my printer to an skr 1.3 and I haven't used …

 · Wrong Z homing position. #1761. Closed fotis400 opened this issue Mar 31, 2015 · 42 comments Closed Wrong Z homing position. #1761. fotis400 opened this issue Mar 31, 2015 · 42 comments Assignees. Labels. Bug: Confirmed ! Comments. Copy link Quote reply fotis400 commented Mar 31, 2015. I just finished some modifications to my RepRap, and also pulled latest Marlin. …

The Z-axis is homing in the wrong direction and the Y-axis still bumps into the frame. Also the homed position is at X220 Y220 and not X0 Y0 like stock. These settings could perhaps be based on an earlier unit of the Ender 5. I think Creality changed the endstop/homing position at some point. I'm basing that on the Ender 5, which I newly received a week ago. Copy link Quote reply Member ...

 · So, Marlin must know the association between endstops and directions, otherwise, it is not possible to be sure if a given movement will force against the endstop or will untrigger it. You can surely implement some kind of autodetection, move an axis, for example, when homing, and just assume the triggered endstop is the MIN or the MAX of that axis.

 · Re: Y-axis homing in wrong direction - FIX To fix the homing direction you can try one of two things. It's possible the motor wire was installed backward in the electronics box. With the new motor wires (Blue, yellow, red green) you can simply unplug it …

 · So it appears that if you have the homing direction set to +1 instead of -1 so that it homes to the max position it ends up setting the coordinate to 0 instead of the defined max coordinate. So for example I home my X to the right i.e. x-max. After it is homed the position is 0 instead of 200mm. This was working fine on the old marlin release ...

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