3d Touch sensor : uneven auto level

oryeth
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Re: 3d Touch sensor : uneven auto level

Post by oryeth » Thu Jan 18, 2018 7:22 pm

THX for reply William,

got my printer flashed back to life first with IDE 1.0.1 and stock printer firmware. Downloaded Marlin 1.1.8 made my settings and now it´s running with the newest firmware.

But somehow this action makes my 3dTouch Sensor faulty. Mearsured up with Fluke Multi.
So i switched back to yellow probe.

Worked so far, get my offsets running fine on machine but old problem still exists.

Before fw 1.1.8 had the level problem in left front side with somehow inverted z-axis @printing and negative bedlevel values.
Now with 1.1.8 i´m having the same problem on right back side.

As attachment two pictures with fw 1.1.8 and my actual configuration.h

Configuration.h:
[attachment=]https://change.imperialgalaxy.de/3dforu ... guration.h[/attachment]

Pic1:
[img]https://change.imperialgalaxy.de/3dforu ... 1928_1.jpg[/img]

Pic2:
[img]https://change.imperialgalaxy.de/3dforu ... 102749.jpg[/img]

Hope for help :)

oryeth
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Re: 3d Touch sensor : uneven auto level

Post by oryeth » Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:59 pm

Problem still exists ....

No one with same prob ?

Tried a lot of more things like original geeetech firmware including 1.1.4 config, two different new aluminium hotbeds, induktive sensor, completely new build and setted up marlin from stock... veryfied corners and axes ...... all without success

think about going back to machine without autolevel because autolevel is not really mellowed neither with BLTouch nor induktive/kapacitive Sensors

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Re: 3d Touch sensor : uneven auto level

Post by William » Thu Mar 08, 2018 5:15 pm

I think this should be the temperature lead this issue
-Keep your mind and try to test it. :)
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