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gamma-max [2017/08/21 23:42]
84.226.126.95 [Finding gamma_max with a probe]
gamma-max [2018/03/01 16:19] (current)
80.63.59.242 [Configuring Z height]
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 So for example if your probe triggers when the hotend is 5mm above the bed, do <​kbd>​G30 Z5</​kbd>,​ and if your probe triggers exactly when the hotend touches the bed, do <​kbd>​G30 Z0</​kbd>​. So for example if your probe triggers when the hotend is 5mm above the bed, do <​kbd>​G30 Z5</​kbd>,​ and if your probe triggers exactly when the hotend touches the bed, do <​kbd>​G30 Z0</​kbd>​.
  
-**NOTE** behind the scenes G30 Z0 does a G92 Z0, so you can save this if you set ''​save_g92 true''​ in config and issue M500 that saves the offset at 0. Noe that G92 is creating a new coordinate system called the Workspace coordinate system (or WCS) it is worth reading up on how that works.+**NOTE** behind the scenes G30 Z0 does a G92 Z0, so you can save this if you set ''​save_g92 true''​ in config and issue M500 that saves the offset at 0. Note that G92 is creating a new coordinate system called the Workspace coordinate system (or WCS) it is worth reading up on how that works.
  
 If you are doing this manually you can save time by jogging the Z to within 5mm of the bed then issue the ''​G30 Z0''​ If you are doing this manually you can save time by jogging the Z to within 5mm of the bed then issue the ''​G30 Z0''​