@Veti said in Mesh Compensation:
@Corexy said in Mesh Compensation:
i have no ir sensor and i dont have the printbite surface, so i cant give you more information there.
That surface looks terrible if thats the real surface of the buildplate.
It's not like that in person, pretty flat actually.
Right now the mesh compensation is working so amazingly I've removed it form the start script, and will only do a new map as a maintenance/corrective measure. I heated the bed to 100C, run the mesh and I'm leaving it at that unless problems show. First layers are as good as I've ever seen on this machine, and as they are consistent I'll assume it's all good.
I should point out that while I'm crap on a keyboard, 15 years of maintenance work on mines and oil rigs has taught me a trick or two on the spanners and feeler gauges (if I say so myself). My beds and axis' are all over engineered, rock solid and set up as straight as the material they're made of will allow. I don't expect my bed to change level, I hardly touch it ever.
I am amazed how much this compensation is working, and I'm sure your tip about the extra probe points is what did the trick.
So thanks very much for your help, and the result is good!