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G-code. All X,Y values - (Negative)

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 G-code.  All X,Y values - (Negative)

 

CURA 3.1

My Anet A8 printer started limiting out in X.  ( Keeping in mind this has not happened before)

I found by comparing-codes that all my X,Y moves were all negative.

What in the world changed ?  Is there a parameter that I need to change ?

 

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I don't know the A8 but most printers have 0,0 in the front left corner but a few (especially delta printers) have 0,0 in the center.  Cura has to support both types of printers.  I suspect you want 0,0 in the corner but cura is centering the part near the corner.  If I'm right then go to machine configuration in cura and there is a checkbox somewhere that determines if it's 0,0 in center or 0,0 in corner.  You want to change that checkbox.

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