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BLTouch Installation and Z Offset


mattyp713
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I just installed the BLTouch today. I was trying to get it calibrated, and found that I do not have the Z-Offset setting on my printer.

Anyone have any idea why this setting would be hiding from me?

Ender-3 Pro 4.2.7; Marlin 2.0.1v1.1.2


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Eli liu
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@mattyp713 Did you flash the BL touch firmware after installed the BL touch?


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unimogs
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I have the same problem and Yes I did install the bl touch firmware after installing the bl touch.


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mattyp713
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@eli-liu yes. I installed, then flashed.


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shreeni
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Same case here. No option to Z Offset in the Control Motion Menu.

Just  got my BL Touch today (6002010003). Installed and flashed firmware (Marlin2.0.1 BLtouch V1.1.2 without transfer board - Ender-3 Pro- Marlin2.0.1 - V1.1.2 - BLTouch.bin).

Creality Ender 3 Pro 4.2.2 board.


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monoxid09
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Same here, new Bl Touch with one single plug, new board 4.2.7 and NO Z negative adjustment. Tried different Versions of software and still same issues.

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Eli liu
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I believe it is the firmware bug. I help this video can help you a bit. I will make a post if the Crealtiy team has a solution.


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mattyp713
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So I found this the other night. The firmware has been updated and the setting we’ve been looking for has been removed.

The setting you want to find is here:

Control>Bed Leveling>Probe Z Offset.

 

This setting will move your Z axis. So do you normal leveling while adjusting this. When you’ve found the right level, be sure to store the settings so you don’t have to adjust each print.


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