angle between x and y

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  • #9511
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    Erol
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    Angle between x and y axis should be 90 degree but it is not. How can I fix this ? I used the things to make x and y moving pipes to make them parallel to non-moving pipes, but there is still small angle offset. My fixed pipes are parallel to each other. I think the middle assy makes this small angle offset. I need to make an adjustment to middle assy but how ?

    #9536
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    Ryan
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    Take the 4 long bolts out and them put them back while it is still on the rails. Tighten them evenly, not one at a time but each one a a few turns at a time.
    That usually solves it.

    #9753
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    Marco
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    Take a look at my post “The broken circle”. I’ve resolved my issue…

    #10946
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    Erol
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    I found why angle between x and y is not 90 degree or x and y are not perpendicular. My prusa i3 was the problem, because x and y were not perpendicular 🙂 I am very surprised, I see it after 2 years of usage. You can print a rectangular then check with a setsquare

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