If I’m cutting 3/8" wood and end the cycle early via the X by the progress bar in Easel, the machine drops to Z0.25 and goes for the program origin, snapping the tool and/or jamming things up (I program with the wasteboard as zero for Z).
How can I change this “safety height” when I cut a program short to actually be safe? Something like 2" would be nice. That’s what I set my safety height as but that isn’t what it uses when you stop short of finishing a program. Thanks in advance!
I figured that based on the fact that you’re zeroing from the wasteboard.
It looks like that 1/4" is built in to Easel and probably has caused others some issues. I don’t recall seeing anyone mention it. @JeffTalbot Is that the behavior of Easel when a carve is cancelled?
@JoelEllis I’d suggest a different sender that gives you a bit more control. I’ve tried them all and I like CNCjs which can be run as a standalone desktop application.