It will work fine if vector engraving/cutting though. $111=2000.000 (Y-axis maximum rate) I didn't know that was a thing. $121=5.000 (y accel, mm/sec^2) The circuits are closed as long as the switches are not triggered. Once you reach a point where the axis stalls, back the feed rate off to about 75% of the max achieved. seems to me that though the switch works when YOU push on it, it does not work when the axis pushes on it. $130=200.000 (x max travel, mm) To set the optimum feed rate and acceleration I would suggest the following method. $25=5000.000 (Homing search seek rate) The arduino mega is used in alot of 3d printer because of its more powerful processor but because of the relatively easy tasks of a cnc mill the arduino uno is enough. BUT still no luck :( $132=200.000 (z max travel, mm) I assumed it would work seeing as how evidently grbl looks for limits in the positive direction. To set up how your homing cycle behaves, there are more Grbl settings down the page describing what they do (and compile-time options as well.) $132=200.000 (Z-axis maximum travel). $10=1 (Status report options) grbl recognizes the pushed limit switches. MillRight CNC 32,948 views. ALARM: Homing fail With NO switch $5=0 should be ok because of internal pull-up keeps pin value high unless you close the circuit to the ground with switch. @milezdr I have reflashed like you said, it has resolved my axis going one direction issue :) $27=1.000 (Homing switch pull-off distance) I'm thinking replacing the two lines with this one should work: #define HOMING_CYCLE_0 ((1<
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