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Ah ok. Thanks for the wiring update. I have everything plugged in correctly. I notice that when I plug the usb into my computer the robot starts to move for a second and then stops. I may not have enough power. Is the usb enough to power it?
Ok. Well it still doesn't work. I'm throwing in the towel.
Did I ask the wrong questions are something? Why no answer? I am trying to figure out what I am doing wrong. Is it the code, the wiring, or is there a program I am suppose to use to control Otto?
So exactly what is suppose to happen after I upload the code and put batteries in? Do I play music, clap my hands, yell to the top of my lungs? Nothing happens for any of those. Also some better pictures of wiring would help a lot!
With auto level that is. I only need if for x axis.
Anyone having an issue that when you move your y the z drops? If I don't use auto level the y axis is straight. When I use auto level it always kicks away from the front of the bed. I have mechanical made my machine level and square. Is there something in firmware that connects the y axis to the z? How do I disable using y axis at all if possible?
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