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 Max Speed is set in units/​second (mm/s or inch/s), depending on what units you have chosen in your G-codes settings. ​ Max Speed is set in units/​second (mm/s or inch/s), depending on what units you have chosen in your G-codes settings. ​
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 +  * //NOTE: Overspeed acts in a manner ​ similar to CPU overclocking. Motion acceleration is increased together with motion speed when the overspeed is increased. Since toolpath planner does not have access to "​Overspeed"​ value, a significant increase in Overspeed value up from 100% may cause issues, especially for analog servo control. Overspeed should be limited to 100% if you need to be sure the machine does not exceed "Max Speed"​.//​
  
 7. Set the Backlash in units (mm/inch) for each axis. Backlash is the value that allows for some unexpected play in the machine due to clearance or looseness of mechanical parts. When the controller sends a movement command to the motor, the motor may turn briefly before any actual axis movement begins. That turn is defined as backlash, and can be accounted for in this setting. 7. Set the Backlash in units (mm/inch) for each axis. Backlash is the value that allows for some unexpected play in the machine due to clearance or looseness of mechanical parts. When the controller sends a movement command to the motor, the motor may turn briefly before any actual axis movement begins. That turn is defined as backlash, and can be accounted for in this setting.
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