My TAZ 4 was humming along beautifully completing my latest model when I walked away from it for about the last 10 minutes of the print. When I returned I was greeted with THIS horrifying sight!
Apparently, having finished the print, TAZ became dissatisfied with the quality of the work and decided to destroy it and himself at the same time.
This is what happens when you screw up ONE LINE of code in your shutdown routine. I neglected to set relative coordinates when I attempted to retract the head 5mm from the part before homing it. So instead of a retract, I got an absolute move to Z=5mm. Or at least that’s what TAZ tried to do.
Uh, just a note. Don’t do this. Took me 6 hours to clean this up.
bad crash.gcode (4 MB)