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Revision 16 . . (edit) March 1, 2017 6:38 am by Andy [fix my typos and wording]
Revision 15 . . (edit) March 1, 2017 6:35 am by Andy
Revision 14 . . March 1, 2017 6:34 am by Andy [Added some configuration troubleshooting]
Revision 13 . . February 23, 2013 7:36 am by Cncbasher
  

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1.1. Configuration troubleshooting




The pin configuration instructions I got with the board were incorrect. So were the ones I found on the net. My board came with a cover which showed the pin settings.

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So in this case:

Pin 2 - X dir

Pin 3 - X Step

Pin 4 - Y dir

Pin 5 - Y step

Pin 6 - Z dir

Pin 7 - Z setp

I set everything else to unused. I was able to test each axis in Stepperconf and they moved as they should, but the machine wouldn't budge when I ran linuxCNC and loaded up some gcode. I went back and added

Pin 1 - Amplifier enable

and everything worked.



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