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guide-endstops [2020/05/15 13:41]
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guide-endstops [2020/05/15 13:41]
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 End-stops can also be used as limit switches which prevent the machine from attempting to move beyond the physical limits of the axis (by pausing/​stopping movement when triggered), see the [[http://​smoothieware.org/​endstops|Endstops page]] for details about configuring Smoothie to use End Stops as limit switches. End-stops can also be used as limit switches which prevent the machine from attempting to move beyond the physical limits of the axis (by pausing/​stopping movement when triggered), see the [[http://​smoothieware.org/​endstops|Endstops page]] for details about configuring Smoothie to use End Stops as limit switches.
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 +To make things as simple as possible: In Smoothie, endstops do three things : 
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 +* Homing ( move til endstop is hit )
 +* Hard endstops ( stop when endstop is hit, which is optional )
 +* Soft endstop ( once homed, do not go further than a set position, which is also optional )
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-<callout type="​primary"​ icon="​true"​ title="​TL;​DR">​ 
-To make things as simple as possible:​ In Smoothie, endstops do three things :  
-* Homing ( move til endstop is hit ) 
-* Hard endstops ( stop when endstop is hit, which is optional ) 
-* Soft endstop ( once homed, do not go further than a set position, which is also optional ) 
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