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The last four non-'$' commands are realtime control commands that can be sent at anytime, no matter what Grbl is doing.
These either immediately change Grbl's running behavior or immediately print a report of the important realtime data like current position (aka DRO). Grbl should respond with a list of the current system settings, as shown in the example below.
This setting will invert the direction pin signal for those axes that move the opposite way.
This invert mask setting works exactly like the step port invert mask and stores which axes to invert as bit flags.
If the pulses are too long, you might run into trouble when running the system at very high feed and pulse rates, because the step pulses can begin to overlap each other.
We recommend something around 10 microseconds, which is the default value.
The stepper idle lock time is the time length Grbl will keep the steppers locked before disabling.To configure this setting, you simply need to send the value for the axes you want to invert. For example, if want to invert the Y axis direction only, you'd send .(May need a power cycle to load the change.) By default, the limit pins are held normally-high with the Arduino's internal pull-up resistor.Depending on the system, you can set this to zero and disable it.On others, you may need 25-50 milliseconds to make sure your axes come to a complete stop before disabling.