I am new to 3D printing but have recently assembled a KITTAZ and have two successful printouts under my belt.
I have already learned that bed leveling is the bane of 3D printing and that the TAZ 4 is no exception.
I have seen videos that boast inductive sensors to leverage a Marlin firmware feature but requires the print bed be metal and not glass. I am looking for a technique that uses endstop switches. This is a feature that I desperately want to implement but will not undertake without guidance. Guidance from the company I bought the printer from would be ideal but at this point I will settle for less.
I know there is a link somewhere on the Lulzbot website that talks about auto bed leveling but am unable to find it. Curiously the search feature on the main website fails me. Any feedback is most appreciated.