Z axis verticalitty

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  • #14003

    Rui
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    Hi,

    I have a problem: the Z-tower is rotated about 0,68 deg arround the X axis. With a single point tool, I think there’s no problem, but I«m building a jig bellow the tower, with 500mm long.

    With that inclination and length there’s a 6mm difference to the table between to two extremes of the jig.

    That misalignment is constant when moving the 3 axis witch is not so bad.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks,
    Rui

    #14010

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    You need to loosen up the center parts and watch things as you snug it up. You should be able to get it right. Make sure your z axis is tightened up, and parallel like the instructions say. Then try the center assembly.

    #14014

    Rui
    Participant

    OK, tks Vicious, i’ll try. Should also install the universal tool mount to help? Poor nylocks :p

    Now, without the Z motor mount, is possible to move a little the Z pipes from each other. But, at bottom remains the same inclination.

    The yellow piece holes have 71mm between centers (right?). Is a 76h and 400g print 😀

    Bye

    #14015

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    What version are you using, pretty sure it is not 71mm.

    #14016

    Rui
    Participant

    IE edition from 5/25/2016. I tried measure the STL file of the motor mount :(. Can y confirm pls V?

    (OMG another 76h hour print on the way…)

    #14018

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Never mind you should be fine it’s 71.074. you are definitely close enough.

    #14019

    Rui
    Participant

    Lucky day. Tks!!

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