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HELLO MY DEAREST 3D MASTERS

i just finished the assembling of my 3d printer..original+ but when i select the auto home the axes are not moving, only the bed. i double checked my cables and everything looks fine.

any idea?

thank you in advance

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Hello,

I had this problem once.

Is it possible to invert the motor cable of your table with that of one of the X or Y axis motors? This test can verify the integrity of the cables, motors and drivers on the board.

Hope to hear from you.

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Well guyz the motors are making a mini-noise when im choosing the auto home but then only the bed is moving (is going up) the axes are not moving at all and the blue screen is showing ultimaker ready.

im sending you some pictures to help me out

if you notice any problem please let me know

thanx for you time hope i can finally use my 3d printer.

cheers

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I tried again the auto home and before that i ex-change the x with the y axes on the cables of the motors back on the board. the monitors are shaking but the washers are not doing any movement so the axes again are not moving at all

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Hello,

Could you check if, when you 're moving the head in x and y direction ,with your hand, you turn your x or y motor?

This operation can help you to check all the mechanical link.

Hope to hear from you.

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