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Posted · Bad sound on UM3

OK, thanks guys. This is useful info. I'll do some experimentation with the 20mm limit and turning active leveling off entirely. I'll see what happens and report back.

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Posted · Bad sound on UM3

I'm sorry, this will more clear :



I have replaced my Z-motor. The new one doesn't had this sound when I move it by hand. However, the sound during printing seems to be normal because I have the same on the other printer.

@SandervG, are you sure that the auto level is off after 20 layers ?

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