I've been using SLA printers for a while but this is my first FDM so forgive me if it's a dumb question/wrong terminology!
My CR-6 SE prints well, however I noticed that at the end of a print the bed would move the whole way forward on the Y axis and cause the belt to skip/grind like it was trying to move too far.
I suspected this may have been due to the end gcode so I amended it to set the Y position to 235 at the end of the print (before it said something like 'machine max' - sorry I can't remember what it exactly had instead of a numerical value).
I sliced a new print with this end gcode and kicked it off. This print took up most of the build plate, but didn't exceed the 235 plate size I put in cura.
When it got to the top of the plate (Y should have been at 235) the belt made the grinding noise again and caused the skirt to not meet up back at it's start point.
I stopped the print and decided to move the bed using the touch screen controls from 0 to 235 on the Y axis. When doing this, starting at 0, I can only get to around 220 on the Y axis before it reaches its max extension and the belt skips/grinds.
To me, this would suggest that the max build volume for Y is 220, not the 235 stated.
Am I doing something wrong here or am I just misunderstanding the bed volumes?
Thanks in advance!