The pro has limit switches on both Y1 and Y2 sides. I’m curious if homing the machine looks for just one of the limit switches to be pushed, or is it smart enough to look for contact from both switches? The way this unit is built, I don’t see the Y1/Y2 being off nearly as much as my XC1000 would get on occasion, but I’m still interested in how the two Y limit switches are used and engaged.
i.e., if Y limit switch is met, but Y2 is not, does the Y2 motor continue until Y2 is also met? Or does the machine hitting either stop both motors.