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 2. Navigate to **Motor Outputs Configuration** ​ 2. Navigate to **Motor Outputs Configuration** ​
  
-3. Assign the correct axis to each attached motor +3. Assign the connected motors ​to the needed axes. 
  
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-In the same window, the general calibration for the pulses per unit can be performed. This is done in order to calibrate the software readings of the machine (how much the machine "​thinks"​ it has moved) versus the actual physical movements of the machine. To do that:+In the same window, the general calibration for the pulses per unit can be performed. This is done in order to calibrate the software readings of the machine (how much the machine "​thinks"​ it has moved) versus the actual physical movements of the machine ​(how much it has actually moved). To do that:
  
 1. Physically record the position of the spindle/​knife/​sensor/​etc on the machine with a ruler, caliper, camera attached to the machine arm, etc. 1. Physically record the position of the spindle/​knife/​sensor/​etc on the machine with a ruler, caliper, camera attached to the machine arm, etc.
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