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Posted · Layer shifting bei Creality Ender 3


Ich habe starkes layer Shifting bei meinem creality Ender drei. Bei der Bewegung des Druckkopf  zwischen mehreren Teilen stößt er gegen die Objekte. Mit welcher Einstellung kann ich das verhindern?

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    Posted · Layer shifting bei Creality Ender 3

    Druckst Du die Teile gemeinsam, oder nacheinander?

    Beim gemeinsamen, gleichzeitigen Druck sollte es kein Kollision geben. Ist im Prinzip, wie ein großes Teil, das Lücken hat, der Druckkopf ist bei allen Teile auf der selben Höhe.

    Werden mehrere Teil nacheinander mit einem Druck gemacht, hilft nur genügend Abstand zwischen den Teil lassen. Der Druckkopf muss sich frei bewegen können, a.) für den Druck des Teils, und b.) Platz für Leerfahrten haben.

    Kannst ja mal ein Bild davon hochladen.

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    Posted · Layer shifting bei Creality Ender 3

    Hello @product designer I have an Ender also.

    1. Simply hitting a model should not cause a layer shift.  Check your belt tension.  The belts should "twang like the strings on a bass guitar".
    2. Hitting a model is theoretically impossible but it happens all the time.  Little parts of infill stick up, or a little blob comes off the nozzle and sticks up higher than the top of the print (popular with PETG).  You can enable "Z-Hop on retraction" in Cura and when there is a retraction before a travel move the Z will rise by however much you tell it to.  The default Z-Hop height is 0.2.  I don't use Z-Hop often but when I do I usually go to 0.5 because when I need it, I need it.
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    Posted · Layer shifting bei Creality Ender 3

    Auf dem erstklassigen Bild könnte man erahnen, das schon beim ersten Teil ein Versatz vorhanden ist. Dann sollte der Versatz nicht aus einer Kollision stammen, sondern einen anderen Grund haben.

    Ist die Y-Achse komplett freigängig?

    Macht der Drucker das auch mit anderen Modellen in der selben Höhe?


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    Posted · Layer shifting bei Creality Ender 3

    Greg your solution works. 

    thank you all. 

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