Have a question regarding setting homing direction. The machine I am working on requires homing to the back right and I would like to have the origin for operation back left.
Motion is working as expected when using the keypad however it want’s to default back left for it’s homing position. What I did was attempt to invert limiter polarity on the controller, but when I do so it will hit the Y limit and waits to home the X (and then does so slowly). Previously both axis would move to their limit switch locations simultaneously.
I note in the lightburn documentation there is mention of options to invert keypad direction, limiter polarity and direction polarity directly on the controller. If I change direction polarity and invert the keypad I’m where I need to be in homing operations and movement is correct in all directions.
My question is this. Does inverting the direction polarity and invert keypad direction change how the machine behaves when being sent gcode? IE, does the machine now think that left is right or are these settings simply for configuring the axis homing behavior?