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1 hour ago, mrSEADEMON said:

Has some problem with printing. Start use this version and destroy 2 printers. Some time hi try drop Z axe very fast. And destroy axes.

M2017_Деталь1.gcode

 

I looked at your gcode and can not see any movement of the nozzle to near the bed. Where does the crash occur? At the start of the print or later? Are you sure your printer has homed correctly?

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8 hours ago, smartavionics said:

 

I looked at your gcode and can not see any movement of the nozzle to near the bed. Where does the crash occur? At the start of the print or later? Are you sure your printer has homed correctly?

On start. I think very fast speed of movment Z axe. I try fix it on config

 

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I don't know what kind of printer you have but I would have thought that this gcode at the start will smack the build plate with the nozzle:

G1 X150 Y150  Z25 F12000 ;recenter and begin
G1 F9000
G92 E0
G1 F2100 E-0.4
;LAYER_COUNT:132
;LAYER:0
M107
G0 F3600 X89.815 Y103.19 Z0.1

It's descending 25mm at 60mm/s and is meant to stop at a height of 0.1mm, I have my doubts that it can do that without any overshoot.

Edited by smartavionics
Corrected the speed of descent

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