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auto bed leveler wizzard - back right screw access blocked

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I just got my UM working. I used the bed leveling wizzard which I found very useful. Thanks!

However I had the following problem:-

When it moved the head to the Back Right (looking at the machine) the adjustment screw for the bed is

blocked by the extruder fan, and therefore I was unable to adjust the Back Right height.

Is it possible to change the cura bed leveling coordinates for the four corner positions?

1) Change the Back Right coordinate so it does not block access to the adjustment screw

2) Change the X coordinates for all 4 corners so that the extruder head is in line with each

adjustment screw. I found that changing the adjustment on one corner affected the adjustment

on the other side of the bed. If the X positions were aligned with the screws then the individual height

adjustments would be more independent.

Thanks again for the great software, and please keep it up.



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