There were 2 problems with manual movement of axes:
1) If # 114 is set to Mode2 and # 45 to # 48 to values â€‹â€‹below 10, a glitch occurs. You can see it on this video https://radikal.ru/video/oe38oN1KQae
For clarity, set # 114 to Mode2; # 45 - # 48 at 1; # 2020 - # 2023 to 1. If done, several steps in a row, without continuing movement, the acceleration starts from 0. If you take a step after the ongoing movement, acceleration starts at 100.
2) There is a very unpleasant glitch when I release the axis shift button on DDCSV, and the axis itself continues to move.
Unfortunately, I can not reproduce it yet, but it happens from time to time. Recently because of this, I broke a thin drill.
That is, you press, for example, the arrow to the right. The X axis goes to the right. You release the button, and the axis continues to move.
To stop it, you must press any button with an arrow. Previously, this problem was when you connect a USB keyboard without a hub, directly into the USB connector of the DDCSV.
Now with USB keyboards everything is fine. But the problem sometimes appears with the buttons on the DDCSV itself.
Think about it, maybe there's a way to fix it. If not, I will try to reproduce the conditions under which this happens.