I finally wanted to properly integrate my Ortur Lasermaster 2 into Lightburn (Homing / zeroing etc.).
Until now I have always taken the detour via LaserGrbl and used it there.
I’m stuck at the following point.
I start Lightburn and the laser moves to the bottom left and positions itself there.
That fits too
But as soon as I go to the Motion tab to get position, it doesn’t say X0 Y0 but X430 Y400.
So I can no longer move the laser because it thinks that it has already reached its maximum value.
I have no idea where he got the values either.
I have stored the values X400 Y360 everywhere (Lightburn and Lasergrbl).
What am I doing wrong?
There is always an error message (when there is movement) that the maximum working range has been exceeded (unfortunately I can’t remember the exact wording).
I had a similar issue but it was after attempting to use my YRR. I was advised to type $RST=* into the console and hitting enter, which fixed it for me.
What does the command mean?
Thanks & Greetings
press enter in console
Copy/paste the full output here please?
That’s great, I’m glad it worked.
According to Github:
$RST=* : This clears and restores all of the EEPROM data used by Grbl. This includes
$N startup lines, and
$I build info string.
I would sugest a updaet infirmware as you are very much on 2020 firmware
In console $RST=*
WHen machine replies with [MSG: restoring defaults]
Tap the reset button to power it off
Donwload unzip and follow PDF instructions
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