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humbertorb

Ultimaker Original Z axis problem (halving heights)

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Hi,

I've noticed my UM 1 is printing everything at (approximately) 50% of the height it should.

I also located the thread:

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/1042-first-print-problem-z-movement/

And checked my microstepping jumpers on the Z axis motor driver, they seem fine (I took them out and replaced them making sure that: MS1 and MS2 are closed and MS3 is open.

Still my prints are "squashed" :-( I'm printing with the latest Cura 14.07 on a Mac, tested the Z movement with Cura and PrintRun and both move the Z axis bt 50% of what it should.

Any ideas/suggestions?

Thanks!

HB

 

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