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problem with starting initial calibration on new startt printer
 STARTT   Started by David Jay   2017-12-27 11:35:37 +00:00   Comments: 4    Viewed: 752

  1. David Jay
    David Jay Member london
    Hi, I have followed the instruction 8 (Start Calibration)

    Quick Settings then Home all

    The printer head traverses to the left hits the switch buzzes a few times

    The printer bed moves to the back hits the switch and stops

    The printer head then moves up about a 50mm then stops

    It does not descend to hit the printing bed as the instruction 8 indicates.

    The message "Stepper disabled" appears on the screen

    Any assistance would be much appreciated

    David Jay

    David Jay, 2017-12-27 11:35:38 +00:00
  2. Hi David,
    I don't know how far you have with this now, or if you're on the youtube videos, but does the hot end come down and meet the stepper on the left? That is what is supposed to tell the hot end how low to go. You may need to lower this. Dont forget to level both couplers for an even x movement, then home all should put the nozzle closer to the print bed. Then you raise the bed in turn to meet the nozzle. Sorry if this is stating things you have tried, but you don't give too much to go on.
    Verity Gregory, 2018-01-02 16:33:19 +00:00
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