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 //Read more about the topic in the [[mycnc:​closed_loop_configuration|MyCNC closed loop configuration manual]].// //Read more about the topic in the [[mycnc:​closed_loop_configuration|MyCNC closed loop configuration manual]].//
  
-Linear encoders are typically used on higher-end machines to allow for a more precise monitoring of the difference between the real and the expected machine position (incremental change). This article focuses on the linear encoder setup and on the methods to make the information obtained from the encoders useful within the myCNC software. ​+Linear encoders are typically used on higher-end machines to allow for a more precise monitoring of the difference between the real and the expected machine position (incremental change ​from the absolute position). This article focuses on the linear encoder setup and on the methods to make the information obtained from the encoders useful within the myCNC software. ​
  
 The following window is available upon navigating to Settings > Config > Hardware > Encoders: The following window is available upon navigating to Settings > Config > Hardware > Encoders:
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