I have been printing with my new Taz Workhorse for several months without issue. Within the last week, I started having calibration issues. The print head starts the process of cleaning the nozzle, then quickly into calibration. It hits the first calibration disk just fine. But when it goes to the opposite side, I hear a “belt skipping” thump, thump, thump, and the print head never makes it to the opposite side so that the nozzle lines up with the calibration disk. Of course, when it looks for the disk and hits the bed, I get the ubiquitous
Wot dat meen? There’s nothing in the Taz Workhorse manual that indicates how to “reset” other than cycling the power. But that doesn’t seem to fix the problem. I have tried running the auto-calibration and that didn’t help. Then I tired flashing the firmware again. This worked once, but not now. Is there a setting in the g-code that I can verify that the travel distance from side to side is properly set?