If you dont see “LEFT_PROBE_BED_POSITION” defined in your configuration.h file then you have a Marlin version that does not need this code below. [BUG] Printer Halts and Requires Restart During Attempted Auto-Home. Thanks :-), thx @rado79 , so it works with your config. 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. a normal two wire endstop is normally closed and logic level 0 when not triggered Is it a power issue? have to press the button repeatedly till it hits the endstop, where it bounces back as it should. Can't explain why it used to work, other than it was a bug, it shouldn't have. Sensorless Homing works perfectly fine for X-Axis, However, it's not working on Y-Axis. Tried Repetier firmware and this issue did not occur, but there I have issues setting up other things. Using Marlin firmware and pronterface. So _CAN_HOME is working fine. Expected behavior: Axis home Data stored in EEPROM is … Based on testing by myself and others I believe it is fixed, but I'd love you see your confirmation as well. Drivers on e1-3 TMC2130. This is the moving speed of the axis when homing in [mm/min]. 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! When I hit home in repetier host, the axis moves a centimeter. If your CNC does not home correctly, check to see if each if the home switches are connected correctly. My y axis will jog, but sending "home all" results in homing of z then x, and not Y. I made a small amount of progress. The Y axis looks for home at the wrong end, I have definitely put the end stops in the right place. That's normal on a Robo with Auto Bed Leveling. (Tried older firmware without changing/modifying cable connections and it works), Nextcloud link to my files: https://yoruichi.golf-4-cab.de/nextcloud/index.php/s/Fs2CSNNEzaczZdY, With the bugfix Version of one of the last weeks i didn't had this problem. Drivers on xyz TMC5160 For instance lets say the height for the Z-Axis is 0mm, it would stop at 0mm and not go any lower. 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. I have previously posted similar isssue, but it seams there is more dialog on this thread, so perhaps it would be better to keep everything here (more people involved). I may look for mechanical switch. 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. Changed the wiring of the switches, now they are com = gnd and nc = sig (before no = sig) In the end I had two friends checked up to 4 nights. Okeeeh, switched my homing direction to y_max instead of y_min, now it's homing ?!?!? Most recent Marlin 2.x bugfix G28 XY. Board is a BTT GTR v1.0 To figure out how the pins are behaving on your board (and which is which) we provide the PINS_DEBUGGING option. I'm not sure how to disable homing on only one axis. (kill() called!" debug log Y homing.txt. What does M43 says regarding what pin its using for Y endstop and Y stepper pins? Have a question about this project? 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. The Z axis homes upward for some reason, occasionally it will look the right way but not go down far enough. I checked the Endstop status using M119 command and Y is always showing triggered. 2. Mine would not do that because they are NO, negative logic. Does Y axis move if you request a move away from the endstop? @rado79 can you share your configuration.h and configuration_adv.h so I can update the board and give it a try on my SKR Pro ? Yes, my start code having G28 XY , G34, G29 will fails most of the time. (Use Notepad++ compare feature) They should not have changed. Took my time for several days. If stepper drivers time out, X and Y homing will be required again. Z Safe Homing prevents Z from homing when the probe (or nozzle) is outside bed area by moving to a defined XY point (by default, the middle of the bed) before Z Homing when homing all axes with G28. #define Y_MIN_PIN PC13 @ -1443,65 +1443,69 @@ void set_axis_not_trusted(const AxisEnum axis) {TERN_ (I2C_POSITION_ENCODERS, I2CPEM. Working again ;). Any time I home my machine with X or Y axis. Please open a new issue for related bugs. I now have to add my configuration step by step to check what is causing this issue. I just found this out last night, and I'm starting to think its a board issue. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. I need to do a build and see where the Y discrepancy is happening. My stepper drivers are all set around 1.3v (MKS Base 1.5, so basically a RAMPS board) This has been a multi-month build, and this is the LAST I have been getting some pretty bad surface finish on my prints, worse than my ender 3. so I tried updating the TMCdriver library. My second problem is gone, z moves now flawlessly. I don't understand how other people get it working with the same hardware with no issues. Cc: Ian K Nicholas ; Comment My issue was with sensorless homing, I'm kinda surprised that hardware endstops are not working right. Do printer halt when endstop is "pressed" or after motor move a little out of sensor? both bug fixes work perfect except for the homing issue were it causes the printer to stop responding when X or Y is homed. #define SERVO0_PIN 27 is not required to set up your BLTouch in Marlin 2.x, as it’s defined in the pins folder by default; You’ll need to customize the offset between Probe and Extruder. Enter the g-code M501 in the terminal interface text box. Even if I gave in and put the endstop on the -Y side, I don't understand why homing … Do the red LEDs next to the stepper motor plug come on when it homes? ... // Almost all printers will be using one per axis. If it solves you have electric noise on endstop inputs. If i press the switch: M119 y_min:triggered and M43 y_min:0 When I use the M119 command all Endstops show as open unless triggered, the endstops are working correctly. Data stored in EEPROM is then read to the terminal window. homing is working. Its probably not that simple, but its a starting point... Maybe i found the error. To: MarlinFirmware/Marlin that would indicate the endstop was plugged into the wrong socket, wouldn't it? with sprinter installed instead of marlin the printer works perfectly but sprinter does not have support for auto bed level feature. 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. Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 11:47:08 AM It seems to be about 6 inches to far in the Y+ direction. To: MarlinFirmware/Marlin Maybe someone can point me in the right direction. Does M119 change endstop status if you manually trigger the Y endstop? T… Maybe it isn't using the right one. @G4Cab have you tested with the bugfix-2.0.x since the fix was merged? But when I home the axis, they move to the right/front insted of left/back. I varied sensitivity from 0 to 250, but nothing changed. So what I'm going to do is reducing the sensorless homing sensitivity to … My E3/E4 will not home correctly (diagnosing home switches) The correct direction for the stepper motors during homing is toward the home switches. That looks correct. Here I have home x or home y first, I unable to home the other axis. I use repeiter host but i downloaded printerrun jsut to see what would happen and it had the exact same effect/ errors. Anybody know what I’m doing wrong? #define NUM_AXIS 4. X, Y axis move fine (to right and back when adding +10 on the axis). Z axis are not homing, x and y they are homing Showing 1-14 of 14 messages. It should be be "define Y_MIN_ENDSTOP_INVERTING false" - set just like the other axis, they should all be the same (false). I dont know if there is some sort of "check homing" setting that could be causing this? I only have the home switches activated for the X and Z axis. Maybe try using the old file. Compiled actual bugfix version and changed homing direction to ymin. upload files marlin.zip. Have a question about this project? Sensorless Homing works perfectly fine for X-Axis, However, it's not working on Y-Axis. 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. Z axis are not homing, x and y they are homing Showing 1-14 of 14 messages. Some one just posed #18235 I can make G28, G34, G29 and retry homing of individual axis, but it doesn't work. I should note I have A LOT of printer building experience, at least 20+ printers. Yes, it's going to the right. When I try to print X axis homes and then Y goes to home soon as it touches senor it gives me the error. 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). At this first G28 neither the X or Y stay homed only the Z - so the X and Y axis endstops will report "open". 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. The Z will move up and down twice, then the X and Y axis will move. Also changed the inverting in the configuration.h back to false. 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. Because this is defined in Z_MIN_POS as 0. 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. 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) As a side-effect, X and Y homing are required before Z homing. Today i switched from dual z driver to single z driver with splitter cable. I believe this is likely solved for anyone using mechanical switches, and the remaining issues are only related to sensorless homing. #define Y_MAX_PIN PC13. @G4Cab — Could you re-post your Configuration files? I have tried all the variations of marlin that are on their website for download and none of them work correctly for me. Add G35, and then remove it. Seems to be an software issue too. I can do an X or Y home from somewhere in the field and it will first raise Z (all the way up) before dragging the bit across the field back to home position. 0,0 is on left bottom of the Buildplate, as usual. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: What does M119 say about Y endstop? From: CorvoDewittV2 I also him a bigtreetech gtr v1.0 but the strange thing is, it didn't failed the homing procedure. I'll test more at the weekend. Maybe someone can point me in the right direction. 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. theres a catch though, If I home the Y axis first it will give me the error code, if I home X thenY no error code unless I try to print. Expected behavior: Axis home You signed in with another tab or window. 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. Here I have home x or home y first, I unable to home the other axis. It seems some times when I home it gives the error randomly now, some times it homes fine some times it gives error. UART connection works fine, but X and Y endstops always show as "TRIGGERED". but I continue to have random failure on homing. 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. Changing Y_HOME_DIR from -1 to +1 did not fix the homing issue. 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. This is working although I had to relocate the limit switch. Why not install a leveling sensor to level at a single central point in the bed (SAFE_HOMING), and let Marlin generate the mesh of points and worry about the rest? If you are intimidated by that, then watch Tom's firmware guides. @Minims (and anyone else with problems with sensorless homing on CoreXY), I suggest you look at issue #16420, as it seems very much like the issues mentioned here. yes, correct whn i try to print errors come back. 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. Z and y auto home were working fine but the X axis did not change during auto home procedure. This is assuming all adjustments to the configs are the same between your builds. Changing the setting below did not help. 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. ruggb, thanks for trying to help, but you don't read my statements! The logic seems inverted. 1. to your account, I get a "error: printer halted. Hello, when I auto home my new printer 3s the y axis doesn't seem to home that way it should. But thanks for the link. Hm okay so yours is more inconsistent than not working at all? I can tried to debug this, but I need help to add log in the right space for example so I can report the issue. Using Marlin firmware and pronterface. My stepper drivers are all set around 1.3v (MKS Base 1.5, so basically a RAMPS board) This has been a multi-month build, and this is the LAST The point I was trying to make is that I have not had an issue with this on my setup, which is not the same hardware as yours but it is CoreXY. Y axis not auto homing [Solved] Y axis not auto homing Last Post RSS leonajos (@leonajos) Active Member. I havnt added any G-code so I dont think I have the M120/M121 in my G-code. I can tried to debug this, but I need help to add log in the right space for example so I … Of course, you need to put Y endstop back on Y-Min Subject: Re: [MarlinFirmware/Marlin] [BUG] No homing of y-axis against ymin (. Pins file for your effort i would like to see a solution, i 'm kinda that. 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