Not sure how to fix this, Im
First see if loosening the hardware and pulling it into a better alignment works. If not, check that you don’t have the X and Y axis homing switch plates mixed up. Or that the X-axis plate isn’t reversed.
The photos at: https://docs.carbide3d.com/shapeoko-faq/shapeoko-3-limit-switch-installation/ may help make this clearer
Yup, got it figured out, had to loosen and retighten a few screws, all good now.
Unfortunately I then found out my router wouldn’t handle small enough bits for detail work so I had to send off for some collet reducers.
Now I’m trying to find some single pass fonts that don’t chip out the middle of the capital a’s and r’s
I’m enjoying myself immensely with all this stuff
I appreciate the help!
That’s great to hear!
Inkscape supports single path fonts: https://wiki.shapeoko.com/index.php/Inkscape#Hershey_Text
There is also Stickfont 1.1 at: http://ncplot.com/freetools.htm
The commercial company has some fonts which give the appearance of one line: http://www.onelinefonts.com/
There’s further discussion at: https://wiki.shapeoko.com/index.php/Designing_for_Fabrication#Text
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