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Ender 3 V2 goes directly at 250 on the Z axis and 220 on X axis before starting to print


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Posted · Ender 3 V2 goes directly at 250 on the Z axis and 220 on X axis before starting to print

I have this weird problem. There are some STL files I just can't get to print as the Gcode generated by Cura makes the hotend go at coordinates 250 on Z and 220 on X. Then the bed start moving and the filament is dropped in mid air.

If I stop the print and start another gcode I know works fine. It does exactly the same. I need to remove the memory card and turn of the printer and then restart it before inserting the memory card to be able to print again.

I already have the latest firmware from Creality.

Here are an example of the files I get problems with.

Here is my setup:

Stock Ender 3 V2 except for the bed springs.

Creality firmware 1.0.4

Eryone Red PLA+ 1.75mm filament




CE3_4010_Lightweight_Duct_Standard_Right.gcode 4010_Lightweight_Duct_Standard_Right.stl CHEP4.11_0.20(Good).curaprofile

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