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-to the top speed your steppers can go, as these refer to the actuator speed (the X and Y steppers) which on a corexy can run nearly twice as fast as the requested Cartesian speed when gong in certain directions.+to the top speed your steppers can go, as these refer to the actuator speed (the X and Y steppers) which on a corexy can run nearly twice as fast as the requested Cartesian speed when going in certain directions. 
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 +== Getting Direction Right 
 +Movement in the X direction or Y direction always involves both alpha and beta motors. ​ This can make it confusing to configure a corexy solution. ​ If you find that after wiring and configuring your printer that movement is wrong, then these possible solutions may help: 
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 +^^Problem ^^ Possible Solution^^ 
 +||My axes are swapped|| Invert the signal of one motor by adding or removing '​!'​ || 
 +||One of my axes goes in the wrong direction|| Swap the alpha and beta cables or swap the pin assignments ||