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Navcab4422
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Bed level issues when doing a full bed print

I had a print that fills up the entire bed and seem to have places too low (front right) and too high (left) to print properly. Any suggestions?

Posted : 24/03/2018 10:27 pm
Brigandier
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Re: Bed level issues when doing a full bed print

Yep: https://shop.prusa3d.com/forum/original-prusa-i3-mk3-f30/-testers-needed-tpu-micro-springs--t15061.html

The above won't do anything for the pinda firmware issues, but getting it as close as possible helps.

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Posted : 24/03/2018 10:30 pm
peter.l22
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Re: Bed level issues when doing a full bed print

You can also increase your first layer print height, which makes it a little more forgiving of imperfect bed geometry.

Posted : 25/03/2018 12:38 am
Navcab4422
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Topic starter answered:
Re: Bed level issues when doing a full bed print


You can also increase your first layer print height, which makes it a little more forgiving of imperfect bed geometry.

It's at 0.2 now what would you recommend?

Posted : 25/03/2018 4:28 am
peter.l22
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Re: Bed level issues when doing a full bed print



You can also increase your first layer print height, which makes it a little more forgiving of imperfect bed geometry.

It's at 0.2 now what would you recommend?

You can go up to your nozzle diameter. Try 0.3mm and see how that works.

Posted : 26/03/2018 6:06 pm
Jerry
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Re: Bed level issues when doing a full bed print

there is a bed level correction you can enter to raise / lower R L F B. I used that to average out approx the differences it is a journey to figure out not impossible.

Posted : 29/03/2018 12:22 am
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