That's kind of a tall order.
It is set under the parameters, for every .500 inch of travel for each axis.
I have to ask why you need to do this as I have rarely seen one that need to be set to anything other than the factory setting.
If your ball screws or ball cars are worn then this would compensate. But it is rare that these wear much, unless the way lube is not getting to them. But it can happen.
If you are seeing back lash, I would look at the thrust packs on the ball screws. Or at the flex coupler between the servos and the ball screws. Most back lash is normally attributed to the thrust packs. These are field replaceable and not to hard to do.
It depends on the year as to the different style thrust packs.
Just what I've seen over the years.