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Cr -6 SE Levellign problem


delibelli
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HI. I'm very new to 3D printing and am having a frustrating time with my Cr-6 SE. I have ruined 2 printer beds through gouging by the nozzle. This happens before the print actually starts, during the wipe procedure, just after the nozzle touch the very centre of the bed twice. It then drags itself across the bed. It does seem to gouge less as it moves to the left.

I have levelled the bed multiple times, set the z-offset multiple times too. 

Can anyone help? I have attached a picture to show the damage. 

(The finger marks are where I tried to wipe the scratch off :0) )

Thanks.


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Atze
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please check all screws under the glass plate if they are tightened well.

To do this, lift the glass plate and you will see eleven countersunk head screws.

Good luck!


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roger.neill
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Hello Delibelli,

 

Did you resolve this issue. I have the same problem.


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rhodeislandrasta
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Like Atze said check all screws everywhere is step 1. Then you may need to adjust the x axis gantry.

shows you how.


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Sebbo147
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My CR6 has the same Problem. I guess it's caused by the photoelectric sensor. The red LED at the Sensor isn't shining when the printer is turned on. I checked the connection at the cable ten times and measured the voltage at the jack on the printer side. It's nearly 4V. The electic resistance at the Sensor side is endless high, so there is no connection at any of the Pins of the Sensor. Is the sensor broken? Can anyone check the electric resistance of an working sensor? Is it normal that the red LED isn't shining?


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