Ongoing Mesh Level Compensation issues
greenlee last edited by
did you add the enable mesh leveling to you start gcode?
G29 S1 ;enable mesh compensation
aidar last edited by aidar
For bltouch its recommended to use trigger value of 25 instead of 500. So in G31 command put P25 instead of P500
@droftarts Thanks for the notes. I realize it's possible for my machine to need tramming, just not sure how I can get 0.5mm of accuracy on any tools I have, when I do not have a fixed frame of reference to measure against. I'll investigate though.
@greenlee Didn't know about G29. Adding it to my print start g code in cura.
@aidar Cool tip, I've updated this value and will report back.
ClassicStyle last edited by ClassicStyle
bed is much more level, but same symptoms.
Simplified the sample size just to be able to iterate faster. The 380 X,0 Y corner is still a bit out, but overall much better. Still no adhesion at anywhere other than the 0,0 corner.
still no adhesion.
Mirror surface with aquanet. I simply do not understand wth is going on.
I'm trying to print in the center of the bed, but nothing sticks.
known-good PLA @200C
Mirror bed with Aquanet at room temp (works on my TronXY XY-2 no problem)
Layer height 0.12mm
Initial layer at 0.12mm
print volume is 380^3
Veti last edited by
9 points for an area of 900cm² is not enough if the area is not perfectly flat
Resolved with the info on the following page.
That made everything work like butter. Yes, tramming was the major issue. I'm no longer even using mesh compensation, just the z-screw leveling. Immediate improvement and adhesion. Now I just need to make sure I'm actually at proper nozzle height, since I appear to be scraping off levels with my nozzle.
Thanks for the tips all.
aidar last edited by
I recommend, after you apply mesh compensation by G29 S1, move your printhead to lowest point on bed (witch is about center in your case) and do one more single probe by G30. If its still doesnt stick, increase your trigger height little by little, say 0.02 at times and try again until you find value that works for you.
@Veti I was only using the 9 points as a quick sanity check for corners (since that's my only manual adjustment points). Not intending to stick with 9 when actually printing. But thanks for the heads up.
On my delta I have similar issues. Recently upgraded to a duet wifi and a smart effector. All works nice, except I cannot get a decent first layer. Mesh compensation is enabled in the web interface (I do not have extra code for this in the g-code). Leveling works nice, I set it to probe each point max 3 times with a maximun error of 0.02mm (smaller fails). Bed is heated up before probing, and no homing after probing in case of any errors there.
The level picture looks consistent every time. also with a simple paper test it seems in the ball park.
first layer thickness is 0.15 At some points it is scraping the bed, and some points it is not sticking. This varies over a short bit of the bed.
The bed level is maybe not great, but even the old anycubic board dealt with it better.
It is an anycubic predator by the way, with smart effector and magball arms.
This is my best result so far...
The bed height map shouldn't have that tilt if your machine has been calibrated. When you run auto calibration, how many factors are you using (the S parameter in the final G30 command in bed.g), and what deviation is reported?
S6 is the parameter in the final G30 command.
Not sure what it does with this and what the difference is between the mesh grid compensation. I did try both, but not to much result.
Ok, RTFM. so I did an autocalibration and put those values in the config.g
After that this height map is the result:
The tilt is still there, tried it twice with the same result. Also the printing gives the same first layer with the highs and lows in the same place...
@Lakeman Perhaps you should start a new thread with your issue. Include the details of your own machine, include you config files, etc.