@echohtp You need to install the correct firmware and configure it for CoreXY and Servo mode. In T2Laser this is very simple, click the EleksDraw option and it does both as well as set "laser max" to the correct value to prevent damage to the servo from over-travel which is another common problem.
@Zax Sorry I thought you were affiliated with the company. This is super helpful thanks!
In fact it did help me, I took off the top plate as it suggested in the instructions. Seems I had screwed the plate in too tight. I put the plate back and now its working.
I find in the internet solve of this problem. You need change regional settings in your PC. In additional settings of numeric you can change separation between integer and fractional part from coma [,] to point [.]. In Windows7 I don't know how to change it, but in Windows10 it is easy. After this change gcode is running properly. I thing the developers need to fix this bug in software.
@Tristan-Copley-Smith Your machine has no way to know where it is, so even if you set the maximum size (called soft limits) it is still dependent on you setting 0,0 correctly. The only solution is home switches but these won't work with the EleksDraw, at least not easily.
T2Laser firmware does support homing and this function is enabled in the menu but the physical switches need to be added which on a laser is simple but the EleksDraw is CoreXY and requires servo support so home switches aren't available.
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