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UM 3 won't stop active levelling, doesn't actually print

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Posted · UM 3 won't stop active levelling, doesn't actually print

Hi there,

 

Trying to print on my new Ultimaker 3, when I start a print it goes into active levelling indefinately and doesn't actually start the print. Sometimes I'll get to the "Check calibration lift" switch menu and pressing "continue" at this point no matter the postion of the switch will either trigger another round of active levelling or cause the printer to say "print finished", at which point it goes straight back into active levelling until I abort the print.

 

When I do an active levelling it statess that everything is in order so I'm not sure what else to do.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

Hux

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Posted · UM 3 won't stop active levelling, doesn't actually print

I'm not certain of the answer but in general if active leveling fails I think it retries about 5 or 10 times before giving up.

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Posted · UM 3 won't stop active levelling, doesn't actually print

Thanks for the feedback!

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