I know GRBL supports G92. It’s one of my more used commands should something screw up, or not be right. It also simplifies workflow. For example, milling a PCB, and you were off by a little, so it didn’t come though the copper, you could do something like
(Or look at the current location, and simplify it to a single command )
In Carbide Motion, it doesn’t like this. I have a board I want to machine 2 sided. It flipped the image, so instead of the lower left corner being the origin, the lower right is. So just adding the following would make it work perfectly (no playing with homing, tapping buttons about 36 times… so much harder and easier to mess up than typing what’s below (Can we please have a go to coordinate X, Y, Z?), etc)
G00 X22.86 Y0.0000
G92 X0 Y0
Unfortunately I see it’s not supported, so I have 2 questions:
- Why isn’t it supported?
- Is there a similar way to do this. I’ve looked and basically anything having to do with zero seems to be not on the list, or in a few cases on the accepted but ignored.