Wondering if anyone has figured a way to “permanently” set the zero for a Nomad3? Optimally, I’d like to reference the axes to the center hole in my 8x8" aluminum jig plate. Each time I boot, I have to manually jog the carriages and get things aligned. Any tricks to “saving” this setting as a default zero on the machine, so it’s there after the next power cycle?
I realize that things can get bumped, and it’s best to rezero just before each use, but my short experience has shown the carraiges to be very close each time I restart.
Likewise, it would be almost as good if I could simply drive the carriages to a specified location by typing in coordinates. Then I could send it there, and zero within a few seconds. But as it is, I have to bump the carriage with fast and incremental trams to put it where I want. And that’s slow.
Any tips or shortcuts out there?