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Comienzo de impresion. El cabezal descarga material y va a imprimir....HELP

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Hola a todos, no paro de hacer preguntas, pero parece que todo comenzo a sucederme junto.

Como describi lo normal, pero quiero describirlo paso a paso porque comenzo hace poco y no entiendo que es lo que esta mal

1-descarga material -PERFECTO-

2-EL CABEZAL COMIENZA A MOVERSE A LA IMPRESION, HACE UNA LINEA HACIA DONDE VA A IMPRIMIR

3 . ACA COMIENZA EL PROBLEMA , LA LINEA QUE HACE SIGIE UNOS 3 O 4 MM MAS Y LA PIEZA COMIENZA A SER IMPRESA SOBRE LA LINEA

No se si se entiende antes era como que la linea llegaba, hasta un punto y desde ahi la pieza.

pero ahora llega a un punto y la pieza se comienza a hacer sobre parte de la linea o sea que pasa la primera capa 3 o 4 mm sobre la linea y antes no pasaba

disculpen la molestia

desde ya muchas gracias

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Hola desde ya gracias

antes de comenzar a imprimir

1-descarga material - eso lo hace PERFECTO-

2-EL CABEZAL COMIENZA A MOVERSE A LA IMPRESION, HACE UNA LINEA HACIA DONDE VA A IMPRIMIR con material pero...

3 . ACA COMIENZA EL PROBLEMA , LA LINEA QUE HACE SIGIE UNOS 3 O 4 MM MAS Y LA PIEZA COMIENZA A SER IMPRESA SOBRE LA LINEA que dejo el material, antes eso no sucedia

espero haberme explicado bien

desde ya muchas gracias

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