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This a house I had made and I have plans for other prints, and your firmware is accurate for me, just needed to change VREF
It was some Lubricant that accidentally got on the wood. The lubricant was meant for y axis
Here is a model house I printed, and thennI will print a mental toy for doges and then some prostehetics
The wet thing is Lubricant meant for Y axis but got onto the frame
Thanks so much guys for helping me along the way. If it weren't for you guys, I couldn't make this. Thanks to you, I've won 1st place at my district tech fair. And I did give credit to AlmusYang during the fair.
This is a very simple design, kind of reminds of a Prusa i3 for some reason. However, what bothers me is the 3D printed parts. I am a 13 year old maker and I had recently built a 3D printer under $200 only using Laser cut parts in the design similar to a Printerbot. It's really cool how you made this, and if you ever need any help, just shoot me a message through instructables
My Y axis I was noticing is a little slanted. Is this for everyone or is just me because I used wood as the bearing instead of acrylic.
And my controls for pronterface are correct
And I noticed that you didn't put Machine (0,0) as a machine setting, when I uncheck this, the Y axis goes all the up and unlevels the bed, and sometimes goes off the bed. So isn't this a problem?
My axises are correct the way you describe them and I use Pronterface
As a matter of Fact, I selected reprap when doing machine section and then other
The link returns a 404, and here is what it thinks is a circle.
Yes U dud
I have a major problem. My printer isn't printing circles AT ALL. When I run the gcode, it chooses not to print a circle correctly and prints it as another shape I printed last week and assumes it's a circle. Is this a problem with Cura or Marlin. Please help and thank you in advance.
The Breakout board may be loose, same thing happened to me, just had to push the board in more and it worked fine for me
I would like to highlight my issue, my printer isn't printing ROUND objects, but square objects are fine, how do I fix this
My belts aren't loose. The problem is that the gcodes chooses not to print a circle correctly and prints it as another shape I printed last week and assumes it's a circle. Is this a problem with Cura or Marlin. Please help and thank you in advance
Hey, did you have any problem of Cura printing something else instead of the file, if so, can you tell me what to do to fix that problem.
Make sure you've installed all of the jumpers beneath the polulu drivers
Do you think you give us your Cura profile, I really need help
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