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muo
 muo
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After Hot-End reassembly

what this do i need to do after having to re-assemble hot-end to fix an issue, besides running the whole calibration process again, should i do some cold pulls just in case or etc...

Posted : 22/01/2020 11:10 pm
muo
 muo
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RE: After Hot-End reassembly

also what about PINDA should that be redone, it looks fine but what do you think?

Posted : 22/01/2020 11:24 pm
dumlanirka
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RE: After Hot-End reassembly
Posted by: @mop

what this do i need to do after having to re-assemble hot-end to fix an issue, besides running the whole calibration process again, should i do some cold pulls just in case or etc...

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Posted : 13/02/2020 10:32 am
Neophyl
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RE: After Hot-End reassembly

@mop

Any time you remove or adjust the hot end, including changing a nozzle you should expect to have to adjust your live z at least and possibly have to redo the calibration (as some nozzles might be longer/shorter than the e3d ones).  I always back the live z right off after changing the nozzle and then work down again with a calibration square to get a new live z value.  If I have had to change the heatblock/heatbreak then I usually recalibrate too.  If its just a disassembly of the hotend and reassembly (like if I've been re-greasing the X axis bearings etc) then the recalibration isnt usually required.

Posted : 13/02/2020 10:50 am
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