Awesome!TomsCables wrote:Hey All,
I was able to get this thing printed and installed on my TAZ4. Following the instructions from here http://blog.yuliyruzin.com/2014/06/lulz ... eling.html
iinteresting... I'm not sure what's going on with the offset, it could be that the minimum software endstop function is stopping it from going below 0 even though there's an offset? I'll have to check it out.TomsCables wrote:Now when printing it measures the bed with the probe but stops at about 3mm from the glass and starts printing. Its acting like the Z_Probe_Offset is zero.
I tried editing the Z value in the, M206 X0.0 Y0.0 Z0.0; offset home position for fine tuning line of the custom code, but that didn't seem to make a difference. Can anyone help me?
You might try changing the z-offset in slic3r: printer settings --> General ---> Z-offset. It seems to work a bit better.
Could it be the z steppers? With compensation they're constantly moving to keep the nozzle at the right height over the non-level bed. They move way slower than the other steppers and make a much lower tone than the other steppers, to the point where you can hear the individual steps. I kinda like it, adding some base notes to the song your printer sings while it's making your cool stuffTomsCables wrote:Oh and I noticed my X motor making a clunking sound when printing now. Could this have something to do with the firmware?
Hope that helps