I have a rumba32 board, that has 6 driver sockets. Do the boards sockets number x, y, z, e0, e1, e2. And if so do i use these these e sockets on the firmware. Or do I us x, y, z, y2, z2. Just wondering. I see that some boards name the additional sockets as e0 ’ ’ ’ ', and some name the y and z and y1 and z1 and the rest e0 ’ ’ ’ ’ .
#define X_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

#define Y_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

#define Z_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

#define X2_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

#define Y2_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

#define Z2_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

//#define Z3_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

//#define Z4_DRIVER_TYPE A4988

#define E0_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

#define E1_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

//#define E2_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

//#define E3_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

//#define E4_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

//#define E5_DRIVER_TYPE DRV8825

//#define E6_DRIVER_TYPE A4988

//#define E7_DRIVER_TYPE A4988

I am wondering if I have to configure the e0, e1 as y2 and z2 and if so how do you do this. I have a bold spot I’ve been scratching for a while. thanks guys

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The X2 and Y2 settings are in configuration_adv.h.

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Yes, but do I need to configure e0 and e1 as y2 and z2.

When you enable X2, it will take the next available driver. Same with Y2 or Z2. If you have EXTRUDERS=0, it will be E0 for X2.

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