A forum dedicated to the stock LulzBot AO-101/AO-100 3D Printer
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If you are using an AO-100 try switching over to the x-end 2.0 clamps(in this directory: http://download.lulzbot.com/AO-101/parts/) to fix the problem, another thing to check is to make sure there isn't any nut slop in the z-axis. There's a brass nut in the clamp that needs to be able to move around a little in the x-axis but none in the z-axis(keeps the carriage aligned with the linear rods, not the drive rods). You can adjust how it can move by the 4 vertical screws holding the clamp together. You'll know it's right when you can move the drive z-rod in the X-axis but when you hold the frame, grab the x-end and try to move it up and down there's very little to no play. You should see quite a jump in print quality!
Running 28 AO-100.5s and 8 Tazs daily @ Lulzbot HQ