Most of the options on this screen should be set once during initial configuration and then left alone.
Provides support for X, Y, Z, F (speed), and E (Extrusion distance) parameters in G-code. Keep this on.
Affects the default behaviour of the E-axis - whether the extrusion distance counter is cumulative or not. Keep this off.
Allows the E counter to be reset to 0. Keep this on.
Certain firmwares track the extrusion rates individually. Keep this off.
Provides support for legacy G-code commands, not used in modern 3D Printing firmwares. Keep this off.
Sticky parameters allow non-explicit declaration of speed parameters. Keep this on.
Enables use of the Toolhead Offsets feature in Simplify3D. Keep this off.
Provides a virtual co-ordinate offset to compensate for hardware changes. Keep these each at 0.00; these adjustments are made using software.
If you are running several different 3D printers, check this option to have Simplify3D automatically update the basic configuration via the process settings instead of manually inputting the changes every time.
Selects either Cartesian (XYZ rectangular) or Delta (circular) configurations for the 3D printer. Set to Cartesian.
Sets the build volume of your printer, updates the size of the virtual workspace accordingly. Set X, Y, and Z with the machine specific values below. No origin offset is necessary for the AON-M2 as this is set in the firmware.
Which direction the axes move to go to the zero/home position. All axes should be set to Min.
Sets the positive/negative directions for the axes. Y should have a flipped axis, default for X and Z.
For multiple extruders, sets the offset distance between them, using Tool 0 as the (0,0) origin. The AON-M2 handles tool changes at the firmware-level. Do not use this feature.
Sets the class of firmware and corresponding compatibility with G-code. Set to RepRap.
Sets the serial USB bitrate. Set to 250000.