The printer does not stop raising the extruder during the very first motions the printer takes to prepare itself for a print.
Basicly I load my 3d model, I click print and it begins raising the extruder. Its behavior is as if it has no clue it is trying to lift beyond what is capable of bringing the extruder and creates a grinding noise. Obviously the grinding noise is the motors unable to push it further as it has reached its limits. The question is, why is it behaving like this? I am stock default settings across the board except for the filament Material, being ABS. Regardless I have printed this object 100+ times. This is the second time I have ran into this problem. Obviously not related to what I am printing as it is the beginning alignment process.
If anyone has experienced this and has a solution I couldn’t be happier. How does the machine know when it has reached the vertical limits of lifting the bed at the beginning of its warm up? I don’t see any specific sensor out in the open. I will continue to review it and update with what I find.