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    3D Printer God(dess)
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    Okay, the default auto-gap is set in calibration. After it performs cal1 and set with a generous clearance, press the screen just to the right of the Cal2 label. This will initiate another adjustment. Once this is completed, the default auto-gap will be very close to your cal1 setting. I normally have about a 4mm gap by default. I am not sure if the auto-level uses this information of not.

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    Auto-level is built into the FW. You cannot bypass it. You can, however, tune the level to minimize auto-leveling operations while printing.

  2. #12
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    Your an Angel TommyDee... I could just kiss you! LOL.. it's ok, I'm a girl. Thank you!... now to modify the cartridges. I am sure I will have questions.

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    enjoy!

  4. #14
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    Geez, get a room......

 

 

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