I’ve been having a heck of a time getting my prints started, because I usually have to try at least 10-15 times before I get one that will do a decent first layer. My problem is that when i’m setting my z-stop screw, the z-axis will be very inconsistent each time it calibrates itself. I’ll have it dialed in perfectly, then it’ll start a new print, and, even thought I just calibrated it 10 seconds earlier and the set screw has not changed, it’ll decide to either start up to 2 mm higher or 1 mm lower than it is supposed to. This makes getting a good first layer much more of an art than a science.
Is there perhaps a way to slow down the z-axis when it’s calibrating itself? This is getting to be a major headache.