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I guess you could lower the acceleration. Do you have an ulticontroller on your machine?

Also it's common for people to not insert the Z screw completely inside the Z coupler that connects to the motor. Look again at the assembly instructions photo - you should see very little of the non-threaded portion of the Z screw above the coupler.

How do you know for sure that it is missing steps? Can you explain in more detail how you determined this?

 

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Hi guys,

Since i can print with my UMO+ i always had the same prob... Horizontal line always located in the same level... I have talk with other users having the same prob and they all never find a issue so i'm lost

i have upload some pictures with my prints and as you can see the line is located in the same lavel .. Dipend the layer config...

the blue filament is PLA : 0.06mm

The white is PLA and i printed with different config

this is the link to see my pictures and some vidéo

https://db.tt/tmNDFxjU

Thks in advance

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