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Z axis are not homing, x and y they are homing: yiannis panais: 8/6/16 8:04 AM: Hi its my first post on this forum.I begin to set up my machine, … And the correct check light switches off/on if triggered. So what is different? Steps to Reproduce. I'm not sure what would cause this to happen only on X and Y but any help would be appreciated I am at my whits end. Expected behavior: Axis home Same problem, z raises but y axis don't move for homing. As a side-effect, X and Y homing are required before Z homing. [BUG] Printer Halts and Requires Restart During Attempted Auto-Home. Tried Repetier firmware and this issue did not occur, but there I have issues setting up other things. This is the moving speed of the axis when homing in [mm/min]. If it is working for you with mechanical switches, I think that we should try to re-open #18391 to track the sensorless issue, since the original issue reported here is fixed. I only have the home switches activated for the X and Z axis. Homing to y-max helped him too (facebook group conversation). UART connection works fine, but X and Y endstops always show as "TRIGGERED". I then contacted your support on Aliexpress and you said to try sending command M122. When I home the X and or Y it will do as it should and stop when it hits the endstop but thats when the errors pop up and the printer freezes/ no longer to give commands with out disconnecting and reconnecting to the printer again. It would home X, then not move the Y. I can home X or Y, but once one is homed, the other can not be homed. debug log Y homing.txt. Get Outlook for Android<, ________________________________ First, I'm trying to move the X-Axis to the right from the printer's Motion - Move Axis - Move X menu. Right now, G28 first lifts Z by 10mm, homes X and Y, and then tries to home Z, but since there is no endstop it would push the spindle into the wasteboard and probably rip itself apart. The logic seems inverted. upload files marlin.zip. I checked the Endstop status using M119 command and Y is always showing triggered. From: Martin T… Drivers on xyz TMC5160 Maybe i'll try at weekend. Data stored in EEPROM is … privacy statement. It does not home because the Ymin pin is "triggered" since it is open and pulled high. I was using Sprinter firmware but it dosnt support auto bed level, so thus im stuck using marlin. T… privacy statement. Please open a new issue for related bugs. To figure out how the pins are behaving on your board (and which is which) we provide the PINS_DEBUGGING option. Most recent Marlin 2.x bugfix G28 XY. Only my change from homing to ymax instead to ymin helped me. Changed the wiring of the switches, now they are com = gnd and nc = sig (before no = sig) I am using ramps 1.4 board. Sorry, there are about 3 of these going right now so I got confused - my normal state. Any attention paid to the pins file for this board? Discussion in 'Troubleshooting' started by gunsmoke132, Apr 18, 2018. Already on GitHub? My setup: CoreXY, SKR1.3, TMC2209, sensorless yes, quick_home no, homing to X-min and Y-min, i am not able to reproduce this issue. // #define HOMING_CYCLE_0 (1< When I use the M119 command all Endstops show as open unless triggered, the endstops are working correctly. to your account, I get a "error: printer halted. Not an essential step to clearing home offset, put the 3d printer in a safe position by homing each axis after powering up the printer. I just found this out last night, and I'm starting to think its a board issue. If you need to completely configure Marlin do not hesitate to visit the Complete guide: Configure Marlin 2.0.3 from scratch and not die trying that you also have available on our website. Can't explain why it used to work, other than it was a bug, it shouldn't have. I have no inputs checked off or activated for the Y axis in the ports and pins "inputs" settings page if that's what you mean. Okeeeh, switched my homing direction to y_max instead of y_min, now it's homing ?!?!? And yes, i can move the Y-axis in both directions (negative and positive values, soft endstops disabled), Hmm, the same logic with other marlin build where homing works. The fact that it works on the same hardware with previous builds, and new builds work the same as old on mine would point me to the pins file. I believe this is likely solved for anyone using mechanical switches, and the remaining issues are only related to sensorless homing. I liked Marlins set up because it is a mostly the same as sprinter as far as how the configuration.h files work and most of its settings are identical. Specs: SKR1.3, TMC2130 Sensorless Homing, Marlin 2.0.5.3, Ender 3. Y-axis not homing Last Post RSS david-n18 (@david-n18) New Member. At this first G28 neither the X or Y stay homed only the Z - so the X and Y axis endstops will report "open". @G4Cab please close this issue if you are satisfied that your original issue (with mechanical endstops) is resolved. Changing the setting below did not help. and is pulled to logic level 1 when opened, ie triggered. @sjasonsmith i have this issue too, but a another problem where we have a code workaround. Configuring Endstops on Ramps 1.4 With Marlin Firmware - @section Homing : This is going to be a, hopefully, complete tutorial on configuring endstops on 3D printers build on Ramps 1.4 using Marlin firmware.I am going to use Pronterface/Printrun host program to connect to my printer and issue terminal commands (G-codes). @G4Cab have you tested with the bugfix-2.0.x since the fix was merged? I can tried to debug this, but I need help to add log in the right space for example so I … The title of that issue makes it seem as if it is just an SKR 1.3 / LPC1768 issue, but that doesn't seem true if it is impacting SKR Pro users in exactly the same way. However when bed levelling this causes an issue where the probe or nozzle can not … When I turn on pull ups for X and Y min I can now home the printer with out error codes, but If i try to print some thing I get the error code again. Mine would not do that because they are NO, negative logic. Here I have home x or home y first, I unable to home the other axis. but it has work without issue since 6 months :/ I will look at all my bearing that may alter sensorless homing. Based on testing by myself and others I believe it is fixed, but I'd love you see your confirmation as well. M119 seems reporting good status avec the first homing. It seems to be about 6 inches to far in the Y+ direction. If you are not running the stock firmware, you may want to check if invert is set to Y for the endstop in the configuration.h you used (if it was pre-compiled, maybe try something else to test). with sprinter installed instead of marlin the printer works perfectly but sprinter does not have support for auto bed level feature. I need to do a build and see where the Y discrepancy is happening. My Z axis the only axis that has a stallguard capable stepper driver, so I need to find a way to disable sensorless homing on X and Y. I am trying to get sensorless probing to work, so I can't cut the DIAG1 pin and just use a mechanical endstop. #define Y_MIN_PIN PG9 I think I read the whole thing a number of times. When I give the homing command to Y-axis, it jerks towards the Y+ ( and moves like 5mm towards the y-max position) I am using regular SKR 1.4 Board and (Not the turbo one) yes, correct whn i try to print errors come back. Not an essential step to clearing home offset, put the 3d printer in a safe position by homing each axis after powering up the printer. Joined: May 13, 2016 ... Then either the home was not all the way "home" or the size specified for the Y axis is too large or (most likely) something is getting in the way. Enter the g-code M501 in the terminal interface text box. I use repeiter host but i downloaded printerrun jsut to see what would happen and it had the exact same effect/ errors. When I turn on pull ups for X and Y min I can now home the printer. The Printer its self if a i3 MK3 Hybrid, I built my self. Today i switched from dual z driver to single z driver with splitter cable. I made a small amount of progress. Homing feed rate. When I shut the printer off and move the x-axis head And turn it back on and hit auto home the x-axis stays where I last manually put in. Because this is defined in Z_MIN_POS as 0. the frame is made from this: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:971110. all of the inner parts for X axis are using the Prusa i3 MK3 parts. And will open a new issue for this z axis problem. I have the same issue. I have no inputs checked off or activated for the Y axis in the ports and pins "inputs" settings page if that's what you mean. And here it's important to not … Already on GitHub? And i'll test the y problem too. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. While I have everyone's attention, how is the surface finish on flat walls of your prints? Z axis are not homing, x and y they are homing Showing 1-14 of 14 messages. Have now other troubles with this shitty GTR board. I ended up giving up. Just wondering if I need to ditch the GTR or not. #define Y_MAX_PIN PG9, to this: you both have corexy. but when homing the bed moves forward away from the end stop , ... Just reversing the motor to be on the other side of the Y axis is by far the simplest. Its probably not that simple, but its a starting point... Maybe i found the error. I am using optical endstops though, some thing I forgot to mention. The print head moves back and forward to home on the X and Z axes, but the print bed doesn’t finish homing on the Y axis. #define Y_MIN_PIN PC13 Y axis not homing properly 07-10-2013, 04:12 PM. Test the Y axis pololu with both the X and Y motors, then move the Y axis pololu to the place of the X axis pololu and test with both the X and Y axis motor (do not unplug motors or drivers while they are powered). The comment in the config is "Mechanical endstop with COM to ground and NC to Signal uses "false" here (most common setup)." For the first G28 after Marlin is restarted and "clean", the extruder will move to the centre of the bed and then go down until the Z endstop is triggered. Configuring Endstops on Ramps 1.4 With Marlin Firmware - @section Homing : This is going to be a, hopefully, complete tutorial on configuring endstops on 3D printers build on Ramps 1.4 using Marlin firmware.I am going to use Pronterface/Printrun host program to connect to my printer and issue terminal commands (G-codes). I have built these mechanical endstops for X and Y, here is an example such as Reprap Endstop, This is how I configure the X and Y MIN endstops. homing is working. Changing the setting below did not help. M119 seems reporting good status avec the first homing. @G4Cab, have you tested with bugfix-2.0.x, after the change was merged? I'm still trying to debug, but it seems that if I set micro step from 128 to 16 for X and Y it's better. This is assuming all adjustments to the configs are the same between your builds. Has anyone attempted to determine the cause, or is the workaround satisfying enough? https://yoruichi.golf-4-cab.de/nextcloud/index.php/s/Fs2CSNNEzaczZdY, https://github.com/bigtreetech/BIGTREETECH-GTR-V1.0/blob/master/BTT%20GTR%20V1.0/manual/GTR%20V1.0%20PIn.PDF, https://yoruichi.golf-4-cab.de/nextcloud/index.php/s/qZzT4GPxd4N8fj9, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AEAZK2BYFYJAFSN7IREZEXLRZHUORANCNFSM4NVYMRDA, [BUG] Sensorless homing on a COREXY with SKR1.3/TMC2130 failed, https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AEAZK2C6GIF6GJQKRIFZVZTRZMH2ZANCNFSM4NVYMRDA. I used the latest Marlin 1.1.x bug fix edition (1.1.9) and now everything is working correctly except X and Y homing, the machine throws the error: printer halted. Sensorless Homing works perfectly fine for X-Axis, However, it's not working on Y-Axis. I dont know if there is some sort of "check homing" setting that could be causing this? M119 says y_min open but M43 E1 says y_min:1 I'm not sure how to disable homing on only one axis. If I load Sprinter on to the arduino all the problems go away but then I cant use the auto bed level feature since its not supported in sprinter firmware. It should be be "define Y_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false" - set just like the other axis, they should all be the same (false). In Marlin 2.x, they’re now combined in NOZZLE_TO_PROBE_OFFSET. On the Y axis I have the direction moving correct in pronterface, but when I press home it moves about 1cm in the wrong direction and stops. It should be be "define Y_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false" - set just like the other axis, they should all be the same (false). Any time I home my machine with X or Y axis. Specs: SKR1.3, TMC2130 Sensorless Homing, Marlin 2.0.5.3, Ender 3. When I use the M119 command all endstops (optical, not mechanical) show as open unless triggered, the endstops are working correctly. Changing it to home on Ymax would indicate that the Y endstop is plugged into the Ymax pins, right? I am wondering if anyone else is having a problem with the Y axis not homing correctly when a print begins. On the Y axis I have the direction moving correct in pronterface, but when I press home it moves about 1cm in the wrong direction and stops. If I home my Z axis it will deploy the probe and come down and touch the bed 2x and no error code and I can still manually move the printer around with the program movements after homing z axis. Not really. Did you update something and it got less reliable? Not only does the endstop not trigger whatsoever, I can't move towards the -Y. I keep trying the same things over and over again because there is, seemingly, nothing else to try and change. The Z axis homes upward for some reason, occasionally it will look the right way but not go down far enough. Press the send button to send the g-code to the 3d printer. So, to figure out what is going on you need to figure out what the difference is. We suspect that fixed your issue, but you have never said whether you have re-tested with the change. If you can run then 0.5.2 library, and sensorless homing works, its a bug in the new library related to how the GTR is designed. Took my time for several days. I checked the Endstop status using M119 command and Y is always showing triggered. UART connection works fine, but X and Y endstops always show as "TRIGGERED". Does Y axis move if you request a move away from the endstop? Steps to Reproduce. The documentation could be found here: What happened is that, X axis did it fine (again, it actually was Y axis) but NOT the Y axis: it triggered the endstop only one time, again because it wasn't able to move forward! Hello, when I auto home my new printer 3s the y axis doesn't seem to home that way it should. If pull up solve homing it means sensor don't have it and just close to GND. Hello, when I auto home my new printer 3s the y axis doesn't seem to home that way it should. It seems some times when I home it gives the error randomly now, some times it homes fine some times it gives error. Mine looks rough, almost like there are small layer shifts back and forth. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: I tried the marlin bugfix 2.0 and it also has the same results. Cc: Ian K Nicholas ; Comment Also, its only the Y axis causing the issue now. X, Y axis move fine (to right and back when adding +10 on the axis). I may look for mechanical switch. I've always had these issues with marlin firmware, I use the most basic 3D printing electronics found online. debug log X homing.txt @G4Cab — Could you re-post your Configuration files? Ma last version was from the end of April. Maybe try using the old file. Here I have home x or home y first, I unable to home the other axis. I did try that already, it didnt change any behavior. Hm okay so yours is more inconsistent than not working at all? Have the same microswitch with the same wiring on x-axis without any problems. Have a question about this project? Best regards. I have tried all the variations of marlin that are on their website for download and none of them work correctly for me. (kill() called!" that would indicate the endstop was plugged into the wrong socket, wouldn't it? Notes. Not sure if it is proper solution and dont understand why it wouldnt home going back to "0". Since it seems to be localized to specific hardware. a good solution would be nice for people with this board "bigtreetech Gtr v1.0". I’m using dual endstops on the X and Y axis, and no endstop on the Z axis. And the older firmware changes my wiring? If you are intimidated by that, then watch Tom's firmware guides. Homing is required before G29, M48, and some other procedures.. Z axis are not homing, x and y they are homing: yiannis panais: 8/6/16 8:04 AM: Hi its my first post on this forum.I begin to set up my machine, I can activate the limit switch by hand when Y is moving and machine will home. The pin file didn't changed the whole time! Tried Repetier firmware and this issue did not occur, but there I have issues setting up other things. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and Best solution. https://yoruichi.golf-4-cab.de/nextcloud/index.php/s/qZzT4GPxd4N8fj9. soon as it hits the sensor it throws the code on repetier host. Jumpers on the SKR are closed any I ensured that there is an electrical connection between the DIAG pin and the endstop. And now. Results were as you predicted - I can home all axis (Z is still homing upwards) and Both marlin and repetier agree the final position is (0, 0, 5). My second problem is gone, z moves now flawlessly. ... they hop about 5mm in the oposite direction to homing when not at the endstop. My y axis will jog, but sending "home all" results in homing of z then x, and not Y. Any suggestions on getting machine to home in Y? If you have readable docs you might check that to see if indeed they are reverse in that file and need to be changed by Marlin. Do the red LEDs next to the stepper motor plug come on when it homes? Compare the old and new pins files. When I try to print X axis homes and then Y goes to home soon as it touches senor it gives me the error. Get Outlook for Android<, ________________________________ Recently i updated my 3d printer MKS GEN L v1.0 Board with Marlin 1.1.9.everything working fine Except Homing.when try to home any axis its not going correct direction its going in opposite direction.so i searched for solution internet gone through forums and etc.finally i found solution in reprap.org forum .in this forum they discussing about similar problem. Press the send button to send the g-code to the 3d printer. Solved y axis moving wrong way while homing. #define Y_MAX_PIN PC13. I used the latest version of marlin and as it did years ago and it gave me nothing but issues, printer wouldnt move or home at all. (kill() called!" As a side-effect, X and Y homing are required before Z homing. both bug fixes work perfect except for the homing issue were it causes the printer to stop responding when X or Y is homed. I’m using dual endstops on the X and Y axis, and no endstop on the Z axis. Add G35, and then remove it. This issue has been automatically locked since there has not been any recent activity after it was closed. Hello guys, i have a problem with my y axis is not homing properly when i click to home in the repetier host it moves about 10 mm and stops, also the printer is not … I have tried all the variations of marlin that are on their website for download and none of them work correctly for me. When you install the 3D Touch, for home all axis, it´s active Z Safe Homing, and when press home the printer home at middle of the bed, it´s normal, for the first point of probe you need to define X offset -12, it´s difference between Home X and x 0 y 0. Using Marlin firmware and pronterface. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Maybe it isn't using the right one. https://github.com/bigtreetech/BIGTREETECH-GTR-V1.0/blob/master/BTT%20GTR%20V1.0/manual/GTR%20V1.0%20PIn.PDF. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: What does M119 say about Y endstop? For instance lets say the height for the Z-Axis is 0mm, it would stop at 0mm and not go any lower. Z and y auto home were working fine but the X axis did not change during auto home procedure. My Cmm has stopped homing to the proper location when first turned on. Drivers on e1-3 TMC2130. I don't think it is a f/w issue unless the pins file for your board is wrong. I have encountered a problem with my A250 not homing correctly. Recently i updated my 3d printer MKS GEN L v1.0 Board with Marlin 1.1.9.everything working fine Except Homing.when try to home any axis its not going correct direction its going in opposite direction.so i searched for solution internet gone through forums and etc.finally i found solution in reprap.org forum .in this forum they discussing about similar problem. but the strange thing is, it didn't failed the homing procedure. 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