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coolm8

Print start, platform to low

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Hi,

Somehow quite funny, i have been successfully printig many hours lately and now suddenly with one part i got a problem, because the first time the V3 extruder bolt cut into the filament. After that i wanted to restart the print, and even though the print head is aligned to the platform when i home it, when the print starts it lowers the platform and moves it up again but now leaves quite a space between the hot-end and the platform.

I have been using Cura 12.07 and changed just now to 12.08. Anyway, i never had such a problem.What could that be?

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Hi CoolM8,

Do you experience this with multiple Gcodes?

Have you checked the Gcode?

Look for ' Main G-code Reset extruder pos G92 E0

; Being_Layer_Object z=0.10

Does it say to move the Z axis to a different coordinate?

Have you tried re installing Firmware?

Kind regards,

Sander van Geelen

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