The calibration is the same as the old Voxelizer with a difference in the z axis.
At the old Voxelizer, 0 was the printing plate and you had to enter the material thickness.
And then, for example, the printer worked down from 20 mm to zero. Which could sometimes lead to collisions with the material if the material height was not set correctly.
For Voxelizer 2, Z is 0 is the material height that means the z value goes into the minus for example, with a material thickness of 20 mm, the display starts at 0 and then stops at-20 mm
You have to turn off the z end stop at the ZMORPH 2.0 because it is in the way and most likely a bit broken because the switch is disabled and the printer does not stop.
Like the newer versions of SX and ZX, I don’t know.
With respect to the end switch
Info to Emilia the Zmorph 2.0 also drives the z axis to the negative with the actual Firmware, you have to turn off the z end stop as described, or not to tighten it so tightly that the engine can push it away