topic_unsolved Getting equal adhesion on initial layers w/ BL Touch...
kre8 last edited by
We have a Modix Big 60 printer and their customer support is less than stellar particularly their response time. I haven't found a community/forum for support, but since their machine uses the Duet WiFi board i know of this place and i've already gotten great support here with some issues we had with the Duet.
Anyways, it's a massive bed and the machine uses a BLtouch. However, if i print a single part that takes up the size of the platform, i find that the nozzle will be perfect in some spots, too far away in some and crashing into the build surface in others.
When i run the mesh, the overall variability is typically .5-.8mm which is well within what they spec for being "ok" to build. I don't have any sharp spikes anywhere in the heightmap that jumps out as a concern.
Initially i thought there might be a transition to quickly from one probe point to another that the machine couldn't compensate quickly enough while building, but i don't think that's the issue.
Any ideas where i can start troubleshooting or providing details so you guys can help?!
Veti last edited by
post your config.
check that the configured offset for the probe is correct in both distance and direction.
its possible that the probe has a different z offset because of rotation of the carriage, especially large printers.
can you also post a picture of the mesh bed?
Zhang Jianyu last edited by
Where is the probe physically mounted in relation to the nozzles and carriage?