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Dear all,

I'm a little confused on the information about E-step.

On Marlin I can find that:

1. the default steps per mm are 80,90,4000,500 for X,Y,Z, E0 respectively.

2. the default Max Feed-rates are 500,500,2.5,45 for X,Y,Z;E0, respectively.

It is not clear for me the difference between the two information.

How is possible that the default values for E-axis is greater than its maximum rate ?

Can you explain me what exactly means these two information ?

Thanks

Food 24

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Check out the official Marlin documentation:

https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/MarlinDocumentation

For documentation on the configuration files can be found here:

https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/MarlinDocumentation/blob/master/_configuration/configuration.md

And, finally, regarding your specific questions, look here:

https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/MarlinDocumentation/blob/master/_configuration/configuration.md#default-steps-per-mm--

 

Hope this helps.

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