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    printed on Ultimaker2-A39sliced with Cura 15.02.1 (UltiGCode)optimized with Curator https://www.youmagine.com/designs/plactron-vase-delta------------------------------------------------------------988 Layers0,2mm Layer Height0,8mm Wall Thickness0,8mm Bottom/Top Thickness0,2mm Initial Layer Thickness----------------------------------------0% Infill0 Retractions0 Layers with Support----------------------------------------30mm/s Print Speed80mm/s Travel Speed20mm/s Bottom Layer Speed30mm/s Infill Speed----------------------------------------Filament: Innofil3D PLA color (2.85mm)----
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    PLActron vase delta - #01
  3. Spirit, thanks for your input on this thread, looks like you were able to deal with your issue by applying this workaround. regarding the feet I already printed spacers and levelled the chassis to my table, so that it is at least standing an all of its feet and is not wobbling and moving around, but it had next to no effect to my bed-levelling-issues. your second part of the fix, which involves the spacer is actually the same approach as the washer/nut-combination under my left-rear-side, which made this trouble corner less unusable. but i cannot get my rear-right corner to the right
  4. hello everyone, maybe this picture is worth a thousand words (buildplate is levelled as best i could) @timelapse: my bolts are exactly the same and not lifting the glass plate
  5. a short status update on my side: I made a "workaround" by putting a nut under the heated bed, pressing the heated bed with the glass-plate a little bit up on my lowest corner. you can see this on the second photo of my last post () so i can increase my printable area a little bit. problem is that there is a thermal coupling now via the nuts, so the bed takes a little bit longer to warm up and energy is wasted, and it's no final solution at all. sadly I'm still not able to use the whole building plate. so no large prints for me. I have an open support ticket (#UHK-927-78261) reg
  6. @gr5 thank you for your time to reply the box seemed to be okay, maybe a subtile smell of elephants, but next to no surface scratches. inside the box, everything was in place. first thing i noticed when assembling was that the included filament guide wasn't fitting into its suposed hole, cause the backplate seems too thick. (but that would be very suspicious) my the chassis of my machine is definitely warped, it's sitting on 3 feet as you can see here: http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/6050-um2-housing/&do=findComment&comment=60758 the initial layer thick
  7. i don't know how I should measure it exactly, the thickness of the glassplate is constant as I my calipers tell me, i also orientated the glass plate 90 degrees and flipped it with the same results.
  8. thanks for your replies, @nallath adjusting on the fly would be kinda hectic because you have to adjust the level back an forth everytime the head moves to one of the "trouble regions" and furthermore there are no relevant levelling screws for the level of these 2 corners @Didier Klein yes, something is way out of plane the glass-plate is flat (definitely) could be the L-shaped part which attaches the buildplate to the Z-rods could be a bent x-axis could be a bent chassis i can only see 3 relevant screws which are accessable without taking the frame apart... I#m awa
  9. I am trying to level my bed. and I'm constantly failing to the point where I lose interest... I ran about 20 levelling cycles with varying every variable which i think has influence the correct levelling (glass plate orientation, heated/cool bed, heated/cool nozzle). the 3 points of the levelling wizard are levelled near to perfection by using 80g/mm²-paper. But no the rest, i have 2 troubling regions, where on one the nozzle is touching the glass and on the other the distance nozzle-glass is too far for the filament to stick I hope you can understand what I mean by looking at thi
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