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 == G92 G-code == G92 G-code
-The G92 G-code can mean different things depending on whether you are using a CNC mill, or a 3D printer.+The G92 G-code means "set an offset for all coordinate systems".
-This is because when the Reprap project chose it's Gcodes, and what they are supposed to do, they completely ignored the existing G-code standard, and messed everything up. +To see more information on the G92 Gcode see [[G92-cnc]]
-Not our fault !+On 3D printers ''G92 E0'' will reset the currently selected extruder position to 0.
-On a Reprap, the G92 Gcode means "change the position of the origin (0,0,0) for this machine to a specified point relative to the current position". 
-On a CNC mill ( traditionally ), the G92 G-code means "set an offset for all coordinate systems". 
-In the Smoothie firmware, if you set {{grbl_mode}} to {{true}}, it will have the "CNC mill" meaning, and if you set it to {{false}} ( or do not set it at all ), it will have the Reprap meaning. See [[[grbl-mode]]]. 
-To see information on the G92 Gcode for CNC mills, see [[[G92-cnc]]] 
-To see information on the G92 Gcode for Reprap machines, see [[[G92-reprap]]]