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    Setting up velocity, acceleration and jerk in step response screen, did x axis all good, want to do y axis but it is dual motor slaved to master afraid to run in step response screen it allows to set one channel but what happens to slave, don't want to twist gantry if it only moves the master and when saving does it save the info to slaved motor channel if it does both?

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    Default Re: Set up in step response screen

    Hi Joe,

    When two Axes are Slaved the Slave Axis will follow the trajectory of the Master Axis. The Step Response Screen should be set to test the Master Axis. The Velocity, Acceleration, and Jerk of the Slave Axis will not be used. If you wish to observe the performance of the Slave Axis you may temporarily reverse the roles of the two axes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomKerekes View Post
    Hi Joe,

    When two Axes are Slaved the Slave Axis will follow the trajectory of the Master Axis. The Step Response Screen should be set to test the Master Axis. The Velocity, Acceleration, and Jerk of the Slave Axis will not be used. If you wish to observe the performance of the Slave Axis you may temporarily reverse the roles of the two axes.

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    Thanks for the quick response, all axis set up, ran the box test program, g code worked axis all running.

    Joe



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