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niek.gorissen
(@niek-gorissen)
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Inaccuracy xy plane

Hi all,

Recently I set up my mk3s and got this out of the default Benchy gcode and Prusa PLA.
I've tried different belt tension, slicing myself and different models and flush out of ideas.


All the prints seem to have this rough part for all edges parallel to the the front right to back left build diagonal. On top of that, as seen from the top down view of the chimney, the model is deformed.


Any help or thoughts would be welcome.

Posted : 26/09/2020 9:58 pm
karl-herbert
(@karl-herbert)
Illustrious Member
RE: Inaccuracy xy plane
Posted by: @niek-gorissen

Hi all,

Recently I set up my mk3s and got this out of the default Benchy gcode and Prusa PLA.
I've tried different belt tension, slicing myself and different models and flush out of ideas.

 
All the prints seem to have this rough part for all edges parallel to the the front right to back left build diagonal. On top of that, as seen from the top down view of the chimney, the model is deformed.

 
Any help or thoughts would be welcome.

Hello and welcome to the Prusaforum!

I would check the complete mechanics again. Are the linear bearings are lubricated, the belt tension is correct, no loose pulleys, all axes run smoothly, extruder idler spring tension...

Statt zu klagen, dass wir nicht alles haben, was wir wollen, sollten wir lieber dankbar sein, dass wir nicht alles bekommen, was wir verdienen....
Posted : 26/09/2020 10:27 pm
niek.gorissen
(@niek-gorissen)
New Member
Topic starter answered:
RE: Inaccuracy xy plane

@karl-herbert

Thanks for the reply. I somehow managed to miss one of the pulley screws being loose a quarter turn the last time I changed the belt tention.

Running like a charm now:


Castle in .3 mm


New hull line looking good.

It's nice to be able to move on to improving other things.

Thanks again!

This post was modified 12 months ago 2 times by niek.gorissen
Posted : 28/09/2020 7:06 pm
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