Did you buy everything from here? YES
a)If you didn’t or changed some things please don’t leave out any details.
b)What firmware? Up to date
Are you using end stops? No
a)If so please disconnect them.
b) If the problem is still there leave them disconnected while troubleshooting.
Are you using all my recommended parts? YES
a) If not please list what parts you used.
b) I am not against other peoples parts but most of them have not actually even been tested on a working machine. I am against people making “improved” parts when they have not even tried mine. Please, “don’t fix what ain’t broke”.
Include a picture so obvious errors might be spotted.
I have printed a 1 inch cube to test shape accuracy. I am still having issues with the accuracy with the print. In the photos you can see I am having trouble with my Y axis lines are at an angle. Also my Z direction of the component seem to gradually shift towards the +y access. I have printed at different angles and its also the +y direction.
Things I have done to try to correct.
-Ensured all height measurements are exact
-Leveled everything and used a leveler to check (traveling bars, extruder mount, table)
-Ensured diagonal measurements were the same
-Used the same method to level heat bed as you did with screws
-Using suggested slicer settings
Some items noticed in printing
-X directional bar with motors has been worn down by the middle z bearings.
-Middle assembly bearings seem really tight
-X directional bar with the motors have an 1/8 inch difference in measurement.
Height build volume is 10 inches. I feel that the frame is really rigid and do not see any abnormal shaking when printing. I have been printing bigger items but the Z directional build is throwing off any accuracy I need.