A little help with the logic behind the calibration of the dual endstop code.
I understand that I start with as BIG a rectangle as I can. And my physical endstops and closely measures as I can.
I drew a 35.355 mm x 35.355 mm square with a fine tipped pen, which should yield 50 mm diagonals.
My “/” diagonal or X1 was nearly 50 mm
My “” diagonal or Y1 was nearly 52 mm
Yay, skew!! Good stuff to correct for. But it appears as though I can tweak my X1 motor stop or my Y1 Motor stop offset, in the + direction. If I slide the X line to the right, my short distance gets shorter… If I slide my Y line Up, my short distance gets shorter.
I would seem to actually need to move the X2 or Y2 motor off their stop to twist myself in the right direction, yes?
A visual would help here