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[title] Sending single linesSingle Lines of GcodeG-code to your BoXZY
[* black] '''Gcode'''G-code is the language BoXZY understands. It's how BoXZY knows what to do. When you press a manual control buttonbutton, the interface automatically sends GcodeG-code to BoXZY. You can also enter this code manuallymanually.
[* black] In any order, select the ''X Home button'X home button''', the Y Home button ''then ''the Z Home button'''Y home button''', and the '''Z home button''' to move all 3 axisaxes to their Homehome position.
[* red] The BoXZY GcodeG-code sender input line is denoted byshown in the ''redred box ''inin the first image for this step. This is where you manually enter G-code to send to BoXZY.
[* green] Type the following into your GcodeG-code sender line: '''G1 X80'''. Now sendSend this GcodeG-code to BoXZY by clicking the '''Send''' button. BoXZY will now move to the 80mm positionThe green arrows in the X axis
[* icon_reminder] Gcode is very simple, but BoXZY is sensitive to formatting. Pay attention to spaces and use your caps lock key
second image show you these two actions.
[* icon_note] The '''G1''' command is the '''Go To''' command. As you've now seen, our example GcodeG-code, "'''G1 X80'''" is tellingX80'''," tells BoXZY to move the Attachment Mount along the X axis to the location that is 80mm away from the Home Locationhome location.
[* icon_reminder] G-code is very simple, but BoXZY is sensitive to formatting. Pay attention to spaces and use your caps lock key.

[* black] If you want to move more than one axis at a timetime, you can do socan. One example is '''G1 X10 Y20 Z30'''. ThatThis command will move all 3 axes at once to varying positions. Give it a try, listenlisten, and watch as BoXZY moves all of its parts. It's that simplesimple.
[title] Sending single linesSingle Lines of GcodeG-code to your BoXZY
[* black] '''Gcode'''G-code is the language BoXZY understands. It's how BoXZY knows what to do. When you press a manual control buttonbutton, the interface automatically sends GcodeG-code to BoXZY. You can also enter this code manuallymanually.
[* black] In any order, select the ''X Home button'X home button''', the Y Home button ''then ''the Z Home button'''Y home button''', and the '''Z home button''' to move all 3 axisaxes to their Homehome position.
[* red] The BoXZY GcodeG-code sender input line is denoted byshown in the ''redred box ''inin the first image for this step. This is where you manually enter G-code to send to BoXZY.
[* green] Type the following into your GcodeG-code sender line: '''G1 X80'''. Now sendSend this GcodeG-code to BoXZY by clicking the '''Send''' button. BoXZY will now move to the 80mm positionThe green arrows in the X axis
[* icon_reminder] Gcode is very simple, but BoXZY is sensitive to formatting. Pay attention to spaces and use your caps lock key
second image show you these two actions.
[* icon_note] The '''G1''' command is the '''Go To''' command. As you've now seen, our example GcodeG-code, "'''G1 X80'''" is tellingX80'''," tells BoXZY to move the Attachment Mount along the X axis to the location that is 80mm away from the Home Locationhome location.
[* icon_reminder] G-code is very simple, but BoXZY is sensitive to formatting. Pay attention to spaces and use your caps lock key.

[* black] If you want to move more than one axis at a timetime, you can do socan. One example is '''G1 X10 Y20 Z30'''. ThatThis command will move all 3 axes at once to varying positions. Give it a try, listenlisten, and watch as BoXZY moves all of its parts. It's that simplesimple.
[* icon_note] You now have full 3 axis control over your BoXZY!