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Hello,

first of all, I perform the calibration. With the x-value I reached the view of the calibration.pdf, but with the y-value it is unfortunately not possible.

The distance at the the -20 line is always too big an it is not possible to bring it symmetric with the +20 line on the left side of the view. I set for the offset value a multiple of 0.05 mm, but it does not help. What can I do ?

 

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It might be better to post this in the (huge) mark2 topic because the people who know the answer probably won't notice your post but I'll help you out by letting at least one person know about your above post.  @foehnsturm  @tinkergnome  - do either of you know what this guy is talking about?  Again if you don't get an answer within a few hours go find the huge mark 2 post which has a dozen or so followers.

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The gcode-file places the calibration-line object to far to the back end of the print bed, so the distance between the y+20 line and the y+19 line was lower than the other distances. I created a new gcode with cura with another position of the stl-objects and now it was possible to perform the calibration as described.

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