this was very helpful.
Ahh, thank you very much, I think it was a good explaining. I understood the following: A Z-probe is the measuring device for measuring the bed surface. For a first rough leveling, I can use the wheel screws under my bed (first could and then heated). Then I can use the "True Bed Leveling" function. After that I can use the "Mesh Compensation" function for fine tuning. The firmware saves the measured values during mash compensation. During a printing process, the printer compares the measured values with the values stored in the firmware and compensates the differences by lowering or raising the Z axis. I don't need a Z-Prob for all of these steps. But a Z-Prob replaced the manual steps. Is this correct so far?
Could you tell me, which Z-Prob works good with the duet 2 maestro and is easy to mount and easy to use?
i am a 3d Print newbee and i thought Duet Maestro is a good choose. Bud i am a little confused about some terms. may can help me anyone? My questions are:
Thanks al lot, René