This issue has been automatically locked since there has not been any recent activity after it was closed. I just received my new Creality Ender 3. So Z offset doesn't work trough the Marlin code. You signed in with another tab or window. the bottom line is way off. Didnt think of the sensor. My cura code is:; Ender 3 Custom Start G-code. Raise Z and deploy the probe. G29; BLTOUCH. The easiest way to get the Z offset value is to: Home the Z axis. I have been working on a menu and hope to push out a fix soon. and fix the title of this issue. Download files and build them with your 3D printer, laser cutter, or CNC. have had the problem with all of the drawings. Expected behavior: The BLTouch should deploy and the Z axis should go down. All 4 files are also in the attached Base config (Z-endstop only, no BLTouch, homing at X=0, Y=0).zip file, the configuration in them matches the config in Option 1. Within a couple days of test prints, I was able to get it working pretty well. I've gotten a new plate for the bed for the ender 3 but for it to fit I have to offset the z axis a bit the level the bed correctly. After a quick Google, I could see this was an issue with other Ender 3 users. Question. I got my Ender 3 a couple weeks ago. Thanks to #7470, #define ENDSTOPS_ALWAYS_ON_DEFAULT is always uncommented (enabled). After homing and using "Move Axis" to set my Z to 0 I am still 2.22 mm above where I want it to be. Z-Axis does not appear to be working on Ender-3 Pro. G92 Z7.205. After assembly, the Z-axis would not move under the motors power, it was binding and after inspection, I figured out it was because the lead screw was out of alignment with the coupler. Watch Queue Queue i think with DWIN_SET? thanks for your help. Steps to Reproduce. Z-Offset: -1.950. It had nothing to do with the algorithm and took me all weekend to identify. it's working everything expect it's printing above the bed. This is the vanilla version of Marlin Firmware 2.x pre-configured for Creality Ender 3 printers with original or generic BL Touch sensors. Then I tried Z offset in Repetier and the same happens. Power up the printer. Ask Question Asked 2 years, 1 month ago. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. In addition to that be sure you followed ALL the steps of the installation guide (especially the sensor calibration, Z offset, and the slicer settings (starting code is essential, use the one in the guide)). Full rules are in the "r/ender3 Rules" widget in the sidebar above this. My code is now based on 2.0.6 (84b96d3) and the Z probe offset no longer appears to work. @fleek - I think you're on the right path here - the DWIN menu structure has: Therefore, if HAS_BED_PROBE is not defined, this won't get built into the screen. Look the nozzle to go under the center of the bed. I have mine working now the way its supposed to be. Ender 3 Z offset issues I've gotten a new plate for the bed for the ender 3 but for it to fit I have to offset the z axis a bit the level the bed correctly. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. well what I did was max is out....the limit is z-offset -10mm. G92 E0 ; Reset Extruder. Having looked at #19384 I believe the fix is actually in the Marlin Dwin file which at the moment is just a work in progress. To have this fix, i just need to download and compile bugfix branch and flash the printer? Go to Control > bed levelling> Probe Z Offset > [use the dial to select the desired offset] Go back and select 'Store settings' (scroll down to find it) and once more … Set the Z-Offset as per the Z position reported: M851 Z Enable software end stops: M211 S1; Save the EEPROM: M500; Rehome the printer: G28; Move to zero offset to confirm position: G1 F60 Z0; Back to top Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Using the configuration menu I have set the offset to -4.44 and I am still 2.22 mm above where I want the axis to be. With Cura my z-offset statement is G92 Z208.795. Copy link lwaynej commented Aug 14, 2020. Just in case. Previously it did a fast probe to figure out where it was at and then a slow probe for accuracy (I don't see an obvious way to change this.) It was a simple mistake in programming the menu. Slice the STL file with your desired settings and print it on your printer. z-offset does not change live when using the tuning menu. Sign in @cosmoderp I am not sure about the units, but I think when you dial in 10, it will only move like 10/100 or 0.1mm, so you might want to dial in more to test. Yeah - the units here are in mm - the marlin limitation is +/- 10mm by default, and adjustable in 0.01mm increments. Actual behavior: it does not respond to any changes. I did notice the INVERT_X_DIR, INVERT_Y_DIR, INVERT_Z_DIR, INVERT_E0_DIR in the ender 3 pro 1.5 config are opposite from the standard ender 3 prod config. I did a pull request today.....sorry it took so long I had to learn how to use git. Please be friendly and helpful. In this video I go over Section 8.1 and we fix Z Binding Issues on the Ender 3. Hi, I have spent time levelling the bed on my 2+ with PLA and now want to print with PETG, but PETG requires a greater Z offset (an extra 0.2mm), I don't want to re-level the bed and would rather add 0.2 to the z height in Cura, is there a way to do this ?, there used to be a setting which indicated it could do this but it is not any longer present in Cura 3. The print is being printed in mid-air. the issue I have is the z offset not changing anything. Please ZIP up your Configuration.h and Configuration_adv.h files (as (not retracting just printing) by a slight amount. I think I am seeing a similar issue. I'm having the same issue. If they do not match then the kit will not work correctly. I have diff'd Configuration.h and Configuration_Adv.h between the working and none working builds and the only differences occur in things that changed between the two releases. Does not lower. @cosmoderp Can you please add to the title '[Bug] Ender 3V2' so that it can be identified specifically, because I think this problem is specific to Ender 3V2 because of the DWIN DGUS controller. I DO NOT ACTIVELY MONITOR THIS USER REFERENCE GUIDE. I was going through and checking/adjusting everything for alignment, and I noticed that when you "auto home" the print head, the nozzle stops off the front of the print bed by 5-10 mm. ... How are you setting the z offset? Move Z down slowly until the probe triggers. Keep a count of how many 1mm steps, and stop when you get the nozzle about 1 … As it is now the bed is at it lowest and it still touches the plate. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. (After enabling) Z Homing with the BlTouch only does the fast probe. z-offset set as 0 G28 Z is set to 10 I move Z axis down until touching the paper sheet Read the Z value from the info screen (ie: -2.3) Set z-offset to -2.3 Store settings G28 Z is set to 12.3 Move Z to 0 The nozzle touch the paper sheet as expected. Im not trying to print anything, just autohome and nothing. Prints looked great. Mainly all similar to this below: Thingiverse is a universe of things. Dunno if thinkyhead still has this printer and might be able to say its just me alone having this issue anyway. I am trying to resolve this together with #18800, so it will take some time. ... Viewed 5k times 6. The bottom .25" of the calibration part looks absolutely terrible, with hideous layer separation issues, while the upper .75" looks flawless. Baby stepping via commands works so I know it does that. ( 5.2 => -5.2) This turned out to be a simple menu programming error of the menu. I even cranked it all the way down to -6.72 without a bed crash. Ive tried pressing the "save memory" but still nothing happens. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. While the printer is printing the skirt, you will adjust the Z Probe Offset. I have (I hope) attached my Configation.h and Configuration_Adv.h. My probe offset is about -2.22. After you change the Z offset, you'll need to go to Control > Store Settings, for the changes to persist after power down. Nothing in the title or description indicated this was an Ender 3 V2 or that it was DWIN. I use the on-screen controls to dial it in while printing a skirt or brim, and don't forget to store settings. You can tell this by looking on the BLTouch, it will say v2 or v3 by the QR code. I have an Ender 3 so very similar to your CR-10. That was one way to do it. I have configured #define NOZZLE_TO_PROBE_OFFSET { 0, -41, -2.22}. requested in the Issue template) and drop them into your next reply. Message the mods before posting any sales links/affiliate links. Ender 3 pro with 4.2.7 board. I can only assume that the HAS_BED_PROBE case is used for setting an offset with a probe attached, but it will fall back to using BABYSTEPPING if we don't have a probe configured in... @cosmoderp can you pull from my repo fleek/Marlin:bugfix-2.0.x and test if the fix works for you. My configuration has been configured for Ender 3 + BLTouch and bed mesh leveling. It looks like there are configs attached now and someone is already trying to help, so hopefully something can be figured out. Already on GitHub? Make sure you that you reset the eeprom, save it, then powercycle first. Do i need to flash the LCD as well? Look the printer doing the Home Y then Home Y. Pointing to your suggestion here seems sane: Configurations, please Watch Queue Queue. Hopefully it will be added to the next nightly build. I suspect this is a configuration issue. This video is unavailable. cosmoderp changed the title z-offset tuning not working [Bug] Ender 3V2 z-offset tuning not working Jul 28, 2020. I just change the offset and then autohome it to see results but nothing happens. My printer uses the SKR 1.4 and I use a BLTouch for the Z endstop (I am not using bed leveling at this point, it is turned off in the printer settings.) but since my bl touch isn't EXACTLY the same height as my nozzle (0.5mm?!) setting z-offset works and you can save it but the live tuning adjustments dont. You can do that by navigating to Configuration -> Probe Z offset -> Turn clockwise to move the nozzle higher and anti-clockwise to move the nozzle lower. Videos are useful, but it's not reasonable to expect people to go watch videos when quickly screening issues to see if they can help. [Bug] Ender 3V2 z-offset tuning not working. Also to verify movement I both watched the motor and light laid my finger on the spindle to detect even the slightest movement. But if I was using Slic3r (this was about 3 years ago so it may have changed) I would have used the inverse i.e. If you are still unsure raise your Z to a comfortable height and auto-home your Ender 3, but bump the probe with your finger before it gets too low. G1 X0.4 Y200.0 Z0.3 F5000.0 ; Move to side a little By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and THAT BEING SAID … if there are changes to the main config file though and I was meant to simply make all the needed changes myself be advise.

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