dkightley wrote: ↑Sun Nov 21, 2021 7:16 am
The xy coordinates are the coordinates of the bed of YOUR machine....and not anything to do wit the model. This majes giving an "easy" answer impossible....so you'll need to work the answer out yourself.
If you go to "preview" mode for a print, the XYZ gizmo ( the red/green/blue lins ) will show you where the zero coordinates are.
Turn on the Toolhead and step through the simulation. The x & Y cordinates of the toolhead are shown in the bottom left corner of the view. From this, you will be able to guess what xy values you will need for the settings......use the value that defines the extremity of your bed.
Yes, I know coordinates are for my machine and not the part (former CNC machinist and now an Engineer here).
Ok, using the toolhead in the preview should work. Thanks.
Seems like with that option, there should be a way to graphically select a point on the model. Maybe if they ever upgrade this software they'll do that?