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New printcore and Z-axis calibration???

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Posted · New printcore and Z-axis calibration???

Installed a new printcore (AA 0,4) in slot 2 and now it look like its trying to print first layer 1mm or more below the build plate. It actually pushes the core soo hard it cant extrude any filament.

Have done the X-Y calibration and active levelling before first print.

Done "forced " active levelling twice after but still it will dig down.

 

G code looks alright, first layer at Z 0,27 

 

Any ideas? Am I doing something wrong?

 

Have just done manual levelling but have another print from extruder 1 that has to go first so  have to wait 4h before I can try again.

 

 

 

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Posted · New printcore and Z-axis calibration???

What happen if you switch the print core in slot 1 to be installed in slot 2 and vive and versa ?

 

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Posted · New printcore and Z-axis calibration???

Will try that, just have to get some builds printed first...

 

Manual levelling didnt help neither 🤬

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