At a craft show right now and finding out that we have really bad cell reception in this building. I thought this would be something we can work around, but the machines are not optimized to deal with poor connections, and it is killing us.
If we lose connection during a job, no big deal. If we get connection restored before the job ends, operations continue as normal when the cut finishes.
The problem is that any time we lose connection while a job is NOT running, the machine decides that it must go through the entire homing process when it does get a connection restored. And often the connection is failing to remain stable through the full homing process, causing it to stall and restart.
So, a feature request:
If the door remains closed (something the machine should be able to keep track of without an internet connection) and the machine remains powered on, please remember the status of homing/centering process (to include not needing to run it at all since it was already done at boot up).