Found this here:
Did you try step 4?
Step 1: Open the Control Panel
Step 2: Select the "Uninstall a Program" option in the Control Panel window
Step 3: Select MatterControl from the list of programs and then click the Uninstall button.
Step 4: Navigate to C:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Local folder and delete the MatterControl folder
Step 5: Download MatterControl and run the installer.
I recently just got into 3d printing bought a DIY tronxy P802E, assembled it and with some severe headaches and frustration (extruder holder breaking now ziptied in place) I finally got it working and have been doing some printing. Other than having some severe leveling issues and having to re calibrate every single print the print space is offset on the X axis due to some poor design and I have been meaning to print some new parts eventually. So it seems I am losing out on 10mm of bedspace or so. Is there a way to offset the X axis in the program?
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