when calibrating the left motor does not rotate a proper number of degrees 360 is more like 300
I’m not the best person to advise you. I have only calibrated once and it went well. I don’t recall paying attention to the number of degrees rotated. What step of calibration are you working on?
I noticed it when trying to set the vertical tooth position. but did not think a lot about it until I extended both chains out to connect to the sled at center. left chain is 20inches shorter than right.
@Adj2go Welcome to the community! Where did you get your kit? How many teeth are on each sprocket? What is the diameter of each sprocket?
Direct from Maslow I don’t know how many teeth as I’m not in front of the machine right now
I think it should be the exact 360 degrees, but I’ve never actually tested that myself. I could imagine a floating point rounding issue or something similar making it so it does not move exactly one degree, but I wouldn’t worry about it unless you run into other problems. A better test of if one motor is not moving enough is to measure the chain length after the ‘extend chains’ step in the calibration process.