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How to change the leveling size of the Z axis of the second extruder

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Sorry - this part of the forum is english only.  There is no chinese area but there is an "other languages area.  here is the translation of above by google:

 

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The author is Hello, IZ axis printing machine size is 361.39, but the default distance adjustment of the second platform is 325, so I can not lead to the normal adjustment of the second extruder

 

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@gr5 - i have no clue, what is meant here *|

 

@wong - where are these numbers from?  And which parameter do you want to change?

 

Perhaps the "Z_MAX_POS"? But this doesn't depend on the extruder count... the z-offset is most likely not that huge...

and the translation "second platform" is even more confusing...

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