Here’s a great resource for those messing with DIY 3D printers relying on M-Codes and G-Codes from Ed Nisley.
Here’s a combined and sorted list of all the G-Code and M-Code commands for (as many of) the Free Software G-Code interpreters (that I could find) relevant to DIY 3D printing. With any luck, I now know:
What a given command does
What other interpreters do with that command
The short descriptions come from tables on the original source pages, perhaps with a bit of massaging to make things more uniform; I did as little rearranging and editing as possible.
If you see anything wrong or have another G-Code interpreter I should include, let me know…
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