Toolchanging reliability

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  1. Andy Cohen

    Andy Cohen Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. For sure in X my TC was NOT getting reliable stops with the stall detection. Now that I have a limit switch it works well.
    So... Dave... What about the Paneldue issues????
     
  2. twam

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    Where did you install them? Are there already any mounting parts available?
     
  3. Andy Cohen

    Andy Cohen Well-Known Member

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    There are mounting parts available to print yourself designed by Greg from e3d:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3843642
    These mount in the upper left corner of the extrusion.
    Note that for the Y axis mount I had to modify it. It was not deep enough for the switch to reach the cross bar.
    Also note that since X is also installed on the extrusion Vs on the X carriage, you cannot home in X unless you first home in Y.

    IMO the sample size for testing sensorless homing was WAY too small!
     
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    Thanks for the link. Wasn't aware of those!
     
  5. Andy Cohen

    Andy Cohen Well-Known Member

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    Read all the posts here on the TC. Crucial info.
     
  6. twam

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    I'm slowly trying to catch up :D
     

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