What is the problem?
What did you already try to solve it?
Additional information about your setup (OctoPrint version, OctoPi version, printer, firmware,
serial.log or output on terminal tab, ...)
I've been using octoprint for a while on a raspberry pi 3. I am running the latest stable release. My printer is a balco touch which is a rebranded wanhao i3 Plus.
Now, octoprint works brilliantly, all the manual controls work, everything is great apart from one little issue.
When starting a new print it does not send the print head to its home location on the x axis. The y and z axis it will do but not x (for clarity, that's the left/right if looking at the printer head on). This obviously causes issues where the print head moves too far to the right and skips on the belt. I know now every time to just manually push the head to the left but it's an annoyance and not sure what to do about it. Any clues? Is this an octoprint issue or a gcode issue? I use cura as a slicer but when I print using the machines menus it works.