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I recently bought a 3d printer (no, the brand is not important) with a dual extruder option and auto leveling, but, alas, I am only printing from a single J-head and I have the micro switch set up for the Z axis. These are things I will work on, but I thought the simpler the setup, the easier it will be to learn how to use this printer. I thought I would sign up here since a lot of the info I have Googled took me to this forum anyway. I need as much help as I can get so I'm sure people will see my name around.

 

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Ian

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Hi @Ianmark , welcome to the community! Hopefully you find all the help you need and you will share your experiences with us in return :) Curious to see what you will be making!

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