I see that there is a feature in Marlin to have power-loss Recovery enabled? Is this a viable feature to try and use on a MPCNC with a Makita or Dewalt Router?
One of my 3d printers has that feature and it works well and saved quite a few large 2 day prints when hit by unexpected power cuts (load shedding they call it in South Africa).
I guess it is unlikely that the MPCNC will ever be routing a job more than an hour or two but the material is a lot more expensive if it does go wrong.
With our dodgy electricity company letting us down frequently, wandered if it was a rabbit hole I wanted to go down. Is it viable feature in this case? I am thinking of problems like if the power goes off, the Z axis will probably drop.
Has anyone tried it?