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réglages de l'axe Z

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Bonjour,

Comme le titre l'indique, je peine à régler l'axe Z sur mon Ultimaker original. Toutes les pièces sont écrasées...J'aimerais donc savoir s'il existe un calibrage précis afin que le plateau se baisse correctement ? Ci-dessous mon petit robot Ultimaker tout écrasé :

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Regarde ce sujet

Ca viendrait visiblement d'un jumper mal positionné sur la carte:

 

Easy fix!  This is usually caused by the Z stepper jumper being wrong.  I even still have a picture in my gallery of it

z jumper placement for UM original

 

Click on the image above and look at the red circled part carefully.  You want yours like that.  The right most jumper should be either removed or placed as shown in the picture so that it does nothing (connects the pin to thin air).  I suspect your right most connector is in place like the 2 next to it.

 

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