I am in the process of fine tuning my TAZ 6 to get it truly dialed in and noticed something a little strange while trying to figure out how to dial in the Z-axis. When the bed levels it touches the nozzle to all four corners but when it does I notice it would bush into the two front washers just enough you can see that corner flex before it would stop then when it did the back two it would almost just touch it an pull back instantly.
I assume that this is not normal and that the testing of that back two washers were working a expected but there was something wrong with the front two. I figured there was a conductivity issue between the bed to the washers to the nozzle. My first though was it was plastic on the nozzle but the nozzle looked perfectly clean and there were no issues with the back two washers so that could not be the case. So then I though something with the front two washers to I removed them and put them back on.
As far as I can tell there might have been a slight improvement in adjusting and cleaning the front two washers but to enough to keep the nozzle from flexing the bed a little as it probes them.
Just looking for someone to verify the normal behavior of the testing is that the nozzle is supposed to just barley touch the washer to the point you almost cant tell they are even touching and then pull back immediately. Also if that is the case any tips on how to get the front two washer corners working like the back two washer corners?