Operation speed and base speed

Operation speed
Operation speed is the speed specified for performing an operation such as positioning, interpolation, homing, and continuous feeding.

Base speed
Base speed is the speed reached at once when an acceleration operation is started. Also in deceleration stop, the operation stops immediately from the base speed. Enter a low value for the speed so that there is no shock due to machine inertia.

Auxiliary speed
Auxiliary speed is the speed at which a carriage travels when it is reaching the origin entry speed in certain types of homing operations. Auxiliary speed is also used for other operations, such as backlash and slip.

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