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UM3 extend, After an autolevel the nozzle is to high

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Posted · UM3 extend, After an autolevel the nozzle is to high

Hi,

after doing an autolevel, the nozzle is too high compared to the glass.
Unfortunately, the offset parameter of the Z axis can not be negative.

 

What can I do?

 

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Posted · UM3 extend, After an autolevel the nozzle is to high

Hi,

 

what do you mean by "too high"?

Is your first layer not on the build plate? Was the autoleveling successful? Is this for both nozzles or just for one?

 

Just one idea, which made me some problems. Is your model really on the build plate in your slicer or is the z height incorrect. I disabled the function "Automatically drop models to the build plate" in Cura once for some reason and forgot to turn it on again, so some models where some millimeter off the build plate.

 

What you can do else is to manually level your build plate. 

 

Best regards

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Posted · UM3 extend, After an autolevel the nozzle is to high

Hi,

"what do you mean by "too high"?"
distance beetwin nozzle and glass is to big. approximately 0.2 mm

 

"Is your first layer not on the build plate?"
the first layer is on le build plate

 

"Was the autoleveling successful?"
Yes

 

"Is this for both nozzles or just for one?"
both


"Just one idea, which made me some problems. Is your model really on the build plate in your slicer or is the z height incorrect.I disabled the function "Automatically drop models to the build plate" in Cura once for some reason and forgot to turn it on again, so some models where some millimeter off the build plate."
 

The model is on right position  on slicer.

 

"What you can do else is to manually level your build plate." 
I know, but i try to work with "auto level" fuction

 

Thank you


Best regards

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