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zprobe [2019/05/01 23:37]
arthur [Using a servo to retract the probe]
zprobe [2019/05/16 17:52]
wolfmanjm [Configuration]
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 Both of these settings are needed to be defined in your configuration file for dampening compensation feature to work. If any of them is missing, the compensation will be applied through all heights (the old and default behavior). Both of these settings are needed to be defined in your configuration file for dampening compensation feature to work. If any of them is missing, the compensation will be applied through all heights (the old and default behavior).
 Be careful using these settings, as they may appear to totally disable any compensation. It is advised to not set these until the leveling has been tested and verified to work. Be careful using these settings, as they may appear to totally disable any compensation. It is advised to not set these until the leveling has been tested and verified to work.
 +**NOTE** the height_limit and dampening_start are in Machine coordinates,​ so if you have set Z with G92 or equivalent it may not stop at the height you think it will.
  
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-By setting the configuration ​like this example ​above, ​you make your compensation ​to be applied ​for full for first 0.5 millimeters, ​start to decrease slowly until height ​is 1 millimeters, and not applied from 1 mm and onward.+By setting the configuration ​as above, ​the compensation ​will be applied ​until MCS is 0.5 millimeters, ​then it starts ​to decrease slowly until MCS is at millimeter, and not applied from 1 mm and onward.
  
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