This is probably the most asked question on here but I thought I would post a couple of pictures to get some advice on what I'm doing wrong, I'm thinking slicer settings but would be grateful of anyone else opinion.
I'm happy with the finish and for these parts the first layer will be ok.
Hello, all. I finally got my printer running, but not so good as stated in the tittle. I know how to troubleshoot slicer settings, but I am just wondering if someone can give me really quick advice. I don't want to take an hour or two troubleshooting when some can diagnose in 20 minutes. There are pics of a stopped 20mm cube added below.
So im a Noob! So hello there.
As such this is my first post. I bought a really poor quality A8 from ebay. Wooden frame, hollow rods, plastic bearings. At first i had no hope in this printer. but persevered, added loads of strengthening, shimmed the bearings (for time being), mounted solid to a wooden base.
As it turns out im really quite happy with the result so far. the 3D bench boat came out really good for first try. I had some Y-axis back lash issue due to slack belt so designed and printed a temporary makeshift tensioner for testing purposes.
Anyhow..... my question, would be greatful if anyone can help.
The printer has normal 8mm threaded rod as lead screws with the standard pitch. Im noticing that at a certain height the printer will stops rising in Z axis, however X and Y continue as if nothing were amiss.
So the 3D bench boat, stops at the first level of the chimney on the top.
Im assuming that there maybe something wrong with the firmware, but before tampering thought id ask you guys first to check that it isn't a common problem. I have searched but cant find anything about upper Z-level limits.