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mirobane

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  1. Slipping pulleys or gears or belts can cause the print to slightly shift and start leaning. Tighten pulleys/gears/belts to stop this happening. ( as you explain , you do it ) Friction along the axis might cause it to lose steps. Just a few steps here and there, enough to make it lean. Clean and lubricate the axis so there’s no friction. A misaligned printer frame or bed will result in a leaning print as well, check everything is as straight as possible. Check Current in your stepper drivers and tune it acording motor datasheet. for the rest look on facebook
  2. Hi there, is been a long time 🙂 im back again with a new ridle with a UM3. so wath' is the problem ? yes, let me in for explain simple, there is "slipping" on Y belt in the machine while X travels. for be more simple, there is the video in "slo mo" https://photos.app.goo.gl/ef7o16kRiKN8W18d8 i tried re align all the pulleys and re tigthen everything but nothing do it. BTW, it hapens one everytime machine starts rigth after a homing but after it no more hapens during stress test or other movement of the XY square. can it be a electronical prob
  3. hi everyone, someone have a cura definition file for fabrikator 2 mini from turnigy ? like the ones on this path C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\cura\3.0\cache\definitions\3.0.4\file thx.
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    i've do this one for cosplay purpose.
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