@runeranch A few tips:
• check with calipers that your X axis is level with the table (if you have dual Z motors with lead screws
• screw the heatbed in pretty tightly and try to count the turns so they’re roughly even
@runeranch nice. Afaik it’s single Z motor so it’s probable that the right side of the X axis is a mm down; you’ll have to compensate for that with the bed levelling otherwise your prints will get too loose on the left and too squashed on the right :)
@runeranch ok then try that. The X axis should be level in the first place. As I said I usually measure the distance from the X axis to the table along the Y axis on both sides with calipers and manually turn the motor shafts with the printer turned off
@unixb0y It’s rather a hit or miss for me so far. It comes down to the first layer. Nuzzle seems to scrape the previous layer off or due to filler remains stuck on the nuzzle. I’ve used about 5 hours today adjusting bed leveling and with little results.
@unixb0y Okay. Also this might be me running the PLA at too high a temperature (200*). But is the PLA suppose to be running slowly out of the nuzzle when heated? This have ruined my first layer several times and makes it hard to adjust the bed.
@runeranch no no don't worry I print PLA at 215, that makes no real difference for layer adhesion.
Yeah sure it oozes out a bit because it's a bowden setup.
You have to take that stuff away just before it starts printing with some pliers.