So I recently got a Sculpfun laser engraver and and expander kit (which expands y-axis a lot) Fig. A.
In this configuration I have to turn it 90° to fit on my table Fig B. For better understanding I even drew it all .
I) Now having the axis rotated by 90° is very odd, so I figured I might be able to swap them?
This should be accomplished by just swapping the connectors on the board and then adjusting the axis direction in the $3 mask, leaving me with Fig. C as a result.
Now swapping $100/$101 & $110/$111 & $120/$121 and putting in the correct axis length at $130/$131 should get rid of all issues, right? Is there anything else I might need to address?
II) I also ordered some limit switches. Installing them in the new top right corner might be the best bet for wiring, since I can combine it with the existing cables Fig. D. Is there a better advised position for those switches?
In theory I just need to enable them ($22) set the directions correctly ($23) and adjusting all those other $20-$27 if any errors occur, is this correct?
III) Now with those limit switches in the top right, it would be a good thing to also set the global home/origin in lightburn to the top right, wouldn’t it? But I’m quite lost on how to do this. Is it just as easy as setting the origin in the device settings in lightburn?
Thanks for your time and helping out an absolute beginner