In the install documentation for the HDZ, it's recommended to set the max Z speed to 1000 mm/min. What would be a drawback of setting it higher, such as 2000? I'm not concerned about the speed when milling, but for jogging. At the 1000 mm/min speed, the HDZ is hard to control when jogging in CNCjs. I've set up my X and Y max speed to 6000 with a 400 acceleration and it jogs nicely with a 5mm step over using an xbox gamepad. However, it doesn't work great for the Z axis. If you leave the button pressed a tad longer, it will want to go and hit the limit. A higher speed should help with that but could that cause it to lose steps or is it safe?
Since I'm seeing you reach much higher speeds for X/Y with the screws in the new HDZ frame build, I'm thinking the HDZ itself should be able to go faster too, right?
If CNCjs used a better method for jogging, this probably wouldn't an issue.