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Thx for this very good an detaild instruction!Yesterday I tried to get my MKS-Sbasev1.3 working with a diy corexy. Tried different versions of the new smoothieware. After install and reboot everything is working as expected until I try the homing function. The axis moves to endstop (3wire with VGS) and when it first hits it does not do correct second homing and evertime i try to move axis manually there is some squeezy noise from the steppers until I reset the electronics. After hours of searching in config and web. I finally tried the firmware provided on the makerbase.com.cn github and with this homing works as expected, but I compare the binaries, and there is a big difference in size against the actual edge.( even the source packages are pretty old)... Any idea of this missbehaviour?
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