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The weather has finally warmed enough to work on the machine. My original issue with the issue with Ruida 644xs is the laser tries to seek the bottom left corner when it should try for the top right hand corner. This is where the stop sensors are located.
I updated to latest LightBurn and the software auto recognizes my machine. It is still searching for bottom left hand corner.
Previous notes said to try and reverse the polarity via Machine Settings. I reversed polarity for X and Y, under Limiter Polarity, but when I hit OK, and try to send laser home (top, right) the change from False to True does not save and it still tries to find bottom left.
Any news or updates on this issue? The latest version of LightBurn recognized my system and Ruida card, but it still points to the bottom left. Any assistance on this would be greatly appreciated.
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Oz via LightBurn Software Forum <email@example.com>
Sun 2/3/2019 1:47 PM
This sounds like your motors are running reversed, or the vendor settings are incorrect - the machine should be seeking the corner with the limit switches at the rear right when it starts up, and since it’s not finding them it’s defaulting to 10000, 10000.
There’s a setting in the X and Y axis config in the Machine Settings, I believe called “Limiter Polarity” that controls the homing direction. Write down anything you change so you can reset it if necessary, but I would try changing those.
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Thank you OZ. I replaced the cable and the talking is better. One thing I noticed - I think I have narrowed the issue down. I replaced the USB cable and that seems to have helped. In doing so, I think I spotted what the issue may be - on the Ruida display, it is showing the X and Y axis as both be…