bot wrote:The problem is with your hardware, not S3D.
I don't know of any valid reason to have x0z0 be unusable... can you put some firmware limits to force your hardware to ignore those places?
Hi bot, the reason why X0 / Y0 isn't valid for me it that my 3D-printer (Renkforce RF1000) has its microswitches at a position where the extruder is outside the build plate. I can not change the construction or the firmware to correct this.
Specialliy therfore a free of charge slicer software has a setup menu to handle printers like mine (see image)
As an workaround I now use a modified code inside the "Starting G-Code Script":
G1 X25 F1500; move to Y=25
G92 Y0; set this position as new Y0
This works for me, but I don't yet found the correct gcode to reset this axis back to origin at the end of the printjob. I used this inside "Ending G-Code":
G92; reset all coordinates to origin
This does not work for me. The next printjob is moved an other 25 mm to +Y.
Can anyone please help me with the correct g-code.