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karl

ptoblems with scale of z axis

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Im haveing difficultys printing objects to scale as. As evrry thing on the z axis prints exactly half its proper size. Iv gon over the set up wizard and redone the e steps,but the result is still the same.every thing else about the prints are fine kudt their height any pointers eould be greatly apriceated

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Yes, this is not software related.

Check your electronics, there are "jumpers" on this. The Z motor should have 1 jumper less connected then the other steppers. (check with the photo of the electronics on the wiki, wiki fails to load here at the moment (in the train))

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