3D printer manual mode level guide

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3D printer manual mode level guide

Post by Admin » Fri Jan 25, 2019 2:28 pm

3D printer manual mode level giude.
Guide For A10/A10M/A20/A20M 3d printer
Here are the steps:
1.Power off the printer PSU

2. Move the hotend to X0 point(If you don't do it, the nozzle may hit the heat bed)
Move to X0.png
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3. Click the LCD bottom then select"Prepare">"Auto home"
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4.1) Then you need to disable the stepper motor.
2)LCD>"Prepare">"Disable steppers"
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5. Tight the print platform adjustable screws at max
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6. You need to move the hotend and find the lowest point of the print platform(5 Points)
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7.1)You need to prepare an A4 paper
2)Move the hotend to the lowest point,
Put an A4 paper between the nozzle and the print platform
Adjust the adjustable screw until the nozzle hit the A4 paper
When you pull A4 paper, if your hand feels a little of resistance and the paper hard to move. It means this point level finished.
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Refer to the picture below to check if the leveling is correct.
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8.Refer to the step of NO.7 level other 4 points

9. When you have completed the first leveling, you still need to confirm again.
Leveling can be completed in about 2~3 times.

10.If it is hard to level the print platform.
You can remove the print platform off and put it on the desk.
Then you can check it bent or not.
If it bent,pls contact the sales and ask them to get more help.

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Re: 3D printer manual mode level guide

Post by FredR » Sun Feb 03, 2019 2:00 am

This worked perfectly the first time. Making sure you repeat the process 3 or 4 times like you said. Every time will fine tune it each round. At the end, it came together perfectly and my first demo print came out perfect! Thanks for showing us!

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