I know I’ve seen this before but I can’t find it.
Is there a way to stop the Carriage from moving to the back of the machine after a job is done. I just want the Z to return to the top and that’s it.I think there’s a way to change the settings but I can’t remember.
This behavior is caused by how Carbide Motion interprets the M30 command in the file — you can either edit that out, or replace it with commands which cause the machine to do what you want.
I didn’t realize it was the M30 that was doing this. I edited my Fusion 360 post to remove the G28 X0 Y0, and couldn’t figure out why it was still going machine home.
Can I use an M2 instead, and still get a hard program end without sending the machine home?
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