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Edit by Badley Bratt

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[title] Setting the Y axis UserAxis User Home positionPosition
[* black] DrawRepeat the first 4 bulletpoints from step 2, starting with drawing a line on your Milling Material along the Y axis where you want your Milling Filefile to begin, as seen in the ''first image''
[*
start.
[*
black] With the Milling Bit above, not on, the milling material '''move''' the Attachment Mount so that the center of the bits diameter is aligned with the line you just drew
[* black] You may also use the edge of your milling material in place of drawing a line for your own Milling Files, this is shown in the ''second image''
[* black] You can unlock your Milling Attachment and set the Milling Bit on the line to verify its position. Be sure to lock the Milling Attachment above and not on the milling material when you are done verifying
MISSING A STEP?
[* orange] Type '''G92 Y0''' into your Gcode SenderG-code input line, shown in the orange box in the third image, and select '''Send'''Send'''.
[* orange] Type '''G1 Y0''' into your Gcode SenderG-code input line and select '''Send''' to verify your 0 position for the Y axis
[* orange] Your Milling Attachment will '''NOT''' move. If it does, re-align your bit and perform the G92 command again
[* icon_note] It is '''extremely important '''for the machine to know where the 0 position for each axis is. If you do not verify your 0 position for each axis you risk crashing your BoXZY
axis.
[title] Setting the Y axis UserAxis User Home positionPosition
[* black] DrawRepeat the first 4 bulletpoints from step 2, starting with drawing a line on your Milling Material along the Y axis where you want your Milling Filefile to begin, as seen in the ''first image''
[*
start.
[*
black] With the Milling Bit above, not on, the milling material '''move''' the Attachment Mount so that the center of the bits diameter is aligned with the line you just drew
[* black] You may also use the edge of your milling material in place of drawing a line for your own Milling Files, this is shown in the ''second image''
[* black] You can unlock your Milling Attachment and set the Milling Bit on the line to verify its position. Be sure to lock the Milling Attachment above and not on the milling material when you are done verifying
MISSING A STEP?
[* orange] Type '''G92 Y0''' into your Gcode SenderG-code input line, shown in the orange box in the third image, and select '''Send'''Send'''.
[* orange] Type '''G1 Y0''' into your Gcode SenderG-code input line and select '''Send''' to verify your 0 position for the Y axis
[* orange] Your Milling Attachment will '''NOT''' move. If it does, re-align your bit and perform the G92 command again
[* icon_note] It is '''extremely important '''for the machine to know where the 0 position for each axis is. If you do not verify your 0 position for each axis you risk crashing your BoXZY
axis.