I’ve noticed that from within Smoothie Web if I abort a print and then use the jog controls to lift the Z axis or move X/Y, the first move after the abort can have some pretty weird results.
So for example: After I abort a print, once the printer stops if I lift click the jog control to lift the Z axis this usually results in X moving as well, and a lot faster than Z. Sometimes the X axis will move so quickly it runs right into the X-min end-stop or if it goes the positive direction it slams into the mechanical limit where I don’t have a limit switch connected.
It’s only during the first move after aborting a print. Any moves after that work normally, assuming the erroneous move didn’t hit the limit switch which requires an M999 or reset to recover from.
Has anyone witnessed this before? I’m using Edge from last week but I don’t have the build number on hand at the moment.
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