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 || beta_steps_per_mm || 80 || Steps per millimetre for beta stepper motor ( this is the <​kbd>​Y</​kbd>​ axis for a cartesian machine ) ||  || beta_steps_per_mm || 80 || Steps per millimetre for beta stepper motor ( this is the <​kbd>​Y</​kbd>​ axis for a cartesian machine ) || 
 || gamma_steps_per_mm || 1600 || Steps per millimetre for gamma stepper motor ( this is the <​kbd>​Z</​kbd>​ axis for a cartesian machine ) ||  || gamma_steps_per_mm || 1600 || Steps per millimetre for gamma stepper motor ( this is the <​kbd>​Z</​kbd>​ axis for a cartesian machine ) || 
-|| arm_solution || corexy ​|| Sets the arm solution for this machine. The arm solution converts position in millimetres into actuator positions ( usually in steps ). On cartesian machines those are proportional to each other, but for example on a linear delta machine, some fancy math is required for the conversion. Possible values : <​kbd>​cartesian</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​corexy</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​linear_delta</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​rotatable_cartesian</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ ||+|| arm_solution || cartesian ​|| Sets the arm solution for this machine. The arm solution converts position in millimetres into actuator positions ( usually in steps ). On cartesian machines those are proportional to each other, but for example on a linear delta machine, some fancy math is required for the conversion. Possible values : <​kbd>​cartesian</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​corexy</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​linear_delta</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​rotatable_cartesian</​kbd>,​ <​kbd>​morgan</​kbd>​ ||
 || arm_length || 100 || In the case of a <​kbd>​linear_delta</​kbd>​ arm solution, this is the length of an arm from hinge to hinge || || arm_length || 100 || In the case of a <​kbd>​linear_delta</​kbd>​ arm solution, this is the length of an arm from hinge to hinge ||
 || arm_radius ​ || 124 || In the case of a <​kbd>​linear_delta</​kbd>​ arm solution, this is the horizontal distance from hinge to hinge when the effector is centered || || arm_radius ​ || 124 || In the case of a <​kbd>​linear_delta</​kbd>​ arm solution, this is the horizontal distance from hinge to hinge when the effector is centered ||