TAZ 6, Carbon Fiber Successful, with Olsson Ruby!

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Dragule
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TAZ 6, Carbon Fiber Successful, with Olsson Ruby!

Post by Dragule » Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:09 pm

Hey guys, I have a successful print setup with the TAZ 6 for carbon Fiber with the Olson Ruby with the V3 Duel extruder.

Filament ---https://essentium3d.com/collections/fil ... arbonfiber
Nozzle ------http://olssonruby.com/compatibility/

For Instructions,
Create a new printer in respect to your setup.
Go to manage printer
Machine Settings
Edit your Start Code

place a " ; " (semicolon) in front of your G29 code

ex:

M109 R{material_probe_temperature_0} ; heat to probe temp
M204 S100 ; set accel for probing
;G29 ; probe sequence (for auto-leveling)
M204 S500 ; set accel back to normal
M104 S{material_print_temperature_0} T0 ; set extruder temp

This will skip the auto leveling command, save this.
Because the Olsson Ruby is non conductive, it will not work with the auto leveling. TAZ 6 requires the a conductive tip for auto leveling. When the tip touches the stainless steel plate, the circuit is completed registering to the computer that it has touched off at the height.

NOTE: Make sure that you have made a copy and have identified the printer configuration for this setup.

After the G Code has been modified, Manual offset of the tool to the table must be performed.

There are 2 ways to do this. (on the machine itself) & (though the Console)

Machine:
Hit the main button, turn the nob to go down to configuration, scroll to advanced settings, go to Z - offset. Adjust the offset accordingly. Your machine will be different than others.
Mine is setup for -0.7 mm, and the initial print layer turns out well.

Console:
Through the Lulzbot Cura 3D software,
go to Machine Monitor, Connect to your Printer, Go to Console,

Command to View and edit in console is...

M851 wait about 3 seconds> your output will show your current offset
M851Z-0.7mm Will adjust your offset to be -0.7 mm down from the Z touch off.

Start a print and it should work as normal but skip the auto leveling.
I would only recommend doing this only when your bed is roughly very close to being perfectly level.
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