@michael-petitclerc The shift occurs only on Y-axis.
I then checked the Z-screws: Right: -1.52mm Left: -1.58mm
The Z-screws are in in the correct position. This is how they appear with the gantry at home point.
Thank you for your answer
I've tried to find Print Recovery for further, but I can't see Options for Enable Recovery in MatterControl 2.0. Anyway, I'm not sure, how such way works, if power shut down will affect connected computer with MatterControl
By the way, exporting of data to SD card takes about 4 minutes, it seems different from Cura process, which makes this in second. Maybe in this case would be better to write to SD Card from Cura. But I'm not sure, how to set Cura properly for Pulse XE and Nylon X, except temperatures, some guide on this would be also very useful
Guess I try again.
1.) Can I bed level in Slic3r
2.) Can I do volumetric in MC and if not when and at all and can I specify different layer widths. There used to be a way to use the slic3r engine but no more.
Lets start with that and I can inject the other stuff later
The PulseXE will not be receiving any firmware updates as we do not typically push firmware updates for the Pulse units unless we find a problem with an individual unit. Each printer has custom configured firmware based off of the options loaded onto the printer, I.E. Bondtech or EZStruder, so this means that the printer should not need to receive any updates in its life cycle.
We do update MatterControl on about a monthly basis though.
The patch was not released to the Stable build yet so you will have to update to the Alpha version of the software to get the patch.
Let us know if you do happen to still have issues after upgrading to the Alpha.
The print history removes from an SQLite database, but on my browser, it shows again and again that makes me challenging, I get Firefox support number for my help that gives the correct way to solve this.
Here is where I am at now:
Phil looks pretty good, the grey one is the new one, the black one is the one from the factory. I am getting close. There is an issue with the hands on my version.
You can see the hands did not fuse together well, a little spaghetti.
Then I printed the calibration circle that comes with MatterControl.
The bottom was perfect!
The top not so much.
Then I did the finishing test and that turned out pretty good! Minor blobs (running too hot maybe) and the tip of the pyramid did not stick.
Okay here we go. I put things back together and started calibrating again.
A little elephant foot action, some gaps in the top layer.
Then a benchy:
This is the worst side, odd dents, seems like an extrusion/temp issue maybe.
The Mini Torture Test (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2975429
Not great, for comparison here is one from my Anet A8:
Plans: up retraction to 6mm from 4mm AND to move this to a calibration thread. Thank you all for your help!
Just kind of an update to this:
I started seeing this error more often when I started cleaning the bed surface with a combination of rubbing alcohol and Costco cleaning wipes, followed by Aquanet (purple can) hairspray for priming the surface, while it was preheating. I'm using a borosilicate bed surface lined with a thermal pad sheet. I heat the bed up to 90C for printing PETG, and it's intermittent. If I can reproduce this on a more consistent basis I'll keep you guys posted. I usually have a workaround of disconnecting the printer from MatterControl and reconnecting, continue to preheat, and so far the error seems to clear.
@kagekitsune The Pulse is made to be easily upgraded. If you do decide to swap out components, let us know and we can send you the updated firmware to flash. As far as the filament fan goes, it does well in covering all the part where the deposition is occurring. This allows for curing of the filament where it is needed.
As to removing a big flat part from the bed. I usually get a spatula under one part of the print and slowly work it in and across the side of the print. You will hear the print come up off the bed. If you work your way around the print and then more and more into the center you can get the print off with no damage to the bottom. For me it is usually just about moving slow enough to ensure nothing has too much pressure on it.
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