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My printer prints outside the tray area ?

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Today I wanted to restart my little 2GB which was quietly in his box until warmer weather is felt. I used a template set up a few weeks ago before putting it to sleep. So, I'm going to print via USB from the file.gcode that I had prepared and the extrusion head starts to want to print off the board, so that it has hit hard on the edges as well than the metal clips that hold the tray! I immediately stopped the affine impression of not damaging my nozzle more than that. However, I made sure that my model is the right size and comes back in the plateau area.

What astonishes me is that the object is 10x10x10.0 mm while I had done on purpose to do a little less and also, the printing time is not displayed. Is this normal?

I said that I have nothing to tweak on my axes. When I run a content file from the provided SD card, there is no printing problem. If you can help me, i really appreciated to understand !

 

 

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