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axe x et y non perpendiculaire

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salut à tous

nouveau utilisateur d'une ultimaker 3, je rencontre quelques soucis

 

l'axe x n'est pas perpendiculaire à l'axe y  !

y a-t-il possibilité de régler ceci mécaniquement ?

Sinon le firmware (sources dispo ?) de l' ultimaker permet -il, comme sur la dernière version de marlin, de corriger le défaut de perpendicularité entre les axes? (si oui quel gcode?)

 

merci

 

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C'est un réglage purement mécanique : il pourrait y avoir une compensation du parallélisme des axes mais il ne corrigerait pas le fait que des axes décalés déplacent latéralement les courroies.

 

J'ai d'ailleurs été surpris l'autre jour en intervenant sur une des mes UM2 de constater que j'avais un décalage des axes : je pense que c'est dû au fait de relâcher la tension des courroies de temps en temps...

 

Du coup maintenant, je vais le contrôler après chaque réglage de tension des courroies.

 

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