Height map has a substantial Z offset error with mesh
Phaedrux last edited by
That looks ok too.
As I said above, clear your heightmap, remeasure your trigger height, and then redo the G29 with 2.03. See if the problem persists.
EDIT: also i found the bed.g as well here it is:
I did the Calibrate the Z probe trigger height in the link you provided, also deleted the heightmap file before proceding and im still getting the exact problem.
your bed and hotends have the default B4138 value.
this is most likely incorrect for your thermistor and will report the wrong temperature.
@veti hmm what should I set it to? I have the stock cr10s thermistor for both hotend and bed
according to the marlin config
the hotend is a epcos 100k and the bed is a semitec 104GT-2, both can be selected in the duet configurator.
@veti this may sound stupid but how do i select it in the duet configurator lol... is it the rrf config tool? It just asks me to type in the b value there are no preset selections.
I have found the Semitec b value in the wiki here but Epcos 100k have 3 different model so not sure which one I should be using...
click into the beta field and the selector will open
@veti OH now i feel dumb xD thanks for the tip there, got my bed at 4267 and nozzle at 4092 now
I looked up datasheet for both thermistor and used that instead of the preset since it seem to be incorrect as the EPCOS was only 10k ohm on the rrf.
you are correct. that is a mistake in the configurator. it is supposed to be 100k and 4092 B
Back on topic tho... I'm running a new bed mesh now with the bed heated up to 60c... I'm sure the temp will be more accurate than before now.
but mesh has no luck, bed is still floating in midair on the mesh for some reason..
but it does work if you probe before every print?
@veti that will have same result, basically my mesh is like 0.7 mm higher than what its supposed to be, I can use the Z baby stepping in web gui to lower the nozzle to around -0.95 mm and it'll print OK. Before the lowest I have used is like -0.25 mm
i am guessing the you are doing the homing with the hotend and bed turned on.
did you create the heighmap under the same conditions?
@veti yes everytime mesh is done it is at printing temp
gueee78 last edited by
@dc42 do you have any idea what could cause that behavior. I tried to help him find the issue but since z-homing with the mini IR works flawlessly I can't think of what it actually is.
it seems like it just adds a certain offset value to the probe values at some point for no reason.
as if z0 gets redefined after initial z homing.
Just an update.. I did absolutely no modifications beside the heater stuff yesterday, however today i just did another mesh and there was 1 point that was below 0 and the warning message went away. I started another print and my z babystepping value went from -0.95mm to -0.45mm which is much better than before but still not what I had before which is max -0.25mm.
you are probing on glass with an Ir sensor.
check that the point where you are probing does not have any special feature, since its the center and that is where the thermistor is.
do check the repeatrability of your probe at different places.
gueee78 last edited by
no he's not probing on glass he uses a TH3D sheet, completely opak and it worked flawlessly before. That phenomenonm started to appear all of a sudden with nothing changed. Btw it got better again, but the repeatability is still rather bad.
Switchin the printer off and on again usually trows the settings off by about 0.3mm wich is way too much imo.