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Cura Auto Level / Print Height

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Hi All,

I've got a bit of a strange problem, I'm currently trying to calibrate my new delta printer with Cura. I can get as far as the first Auto Level probe, before it all goes wrong. After it finishes the first probe and returns to endstops to start the second probe Print Height changes from 309 to 561 which results in some painful noises when print head slams into plate.

Anyone got any ideas as to why after finishing the first probe the software changes the print height so dramatically, or at all? Very new to Cura software, so this has been a bit of a vertical learning curve.

Bex

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