@DCJones Sorry, I've been away for a little. You can directly alter these settings in candle. I have attached a generic screenshot of Candle from the github page. In the bottom right corner, you can see a little typing interface with the paper airplane beside it. Type the command you want to send here and push the paper airplane icon for sending.
@Zax Yes the motor does not turn or very difficult I tried to turn it with a clamp It is sure that if I connect it nothing will turn and it will warm I think the bearing is stuck.
I will order one on the site it will go faster, It's been two days since I reported the problem to BangGood they told me to be patient
Thanks a thousand times for your help
Anyway, confirmed that A5 is shorted to the innermost PR pin, and ground is shorted to the outermost PR pin. I made the connections and tested with Candle, I can z-probe. Now playing with the height map.
A bit late in replying, but leveling your mill is fairly easy and difficult at the same time. Just time consuming, mostly. First thing is to have a flat, clean, level surface to work with. You'll have to loosen up all the bolts, then working your way up, from the bottom to the top, checking everything for squareness. If you need to, use a 3" or 4" machinist square. When tightening the bolts, both sides have to be the same distance, so be careful when tightening, that they haven't moved. This process may take many tries, but it can be done.
It may be possible if your material is very consistent thickness, as you can mill a base to be flat and then place it on that. It would be easier to use a floating bit but this requires more specialized tooling.
I'm still not clear what you are trying to achieve, a scratch in the surface or some filled engraving?
That actually solved it. It works now. As a software developer myself I suggest that the EleksCAM developers (if they can't handle it in another way) just do a quick and dirty replace and change the ',' to a '.' in the gcode