The honest truth is, if you have the High Resolution Mesh, you don't need anything else. If you find that your nozzle is still too high, even if you don't use G29, then perhaps try reducing your Z_HOME_POS (and/or Z_MANUAL_HOME_POS) by 2. Z has to be accurate and has to be adjusted quite accurately. I figured out why this was not working on my ender 3 v2 todays perhaps you have a new bug. I don't have numbers yet. (Marlin 2.0 includes an option to show the first extruder as E0.) Mainly all similar to this below: https://github.com/thinkyhead/Marlin/tree/rc_fix_leveling_maths, And this one adjusts Z based on the final probe position: I was having some resolution and memory problems with RepG and moved onto Simplify3D. ( 5.2 => -5.2) Set with M851 Z-5.2 and #define Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER -5.2. The Z offset should be specified as exactly as possible using a decimal value. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and i have a bowl bed, i dont understand how since it's a borosilicate which cost me an arm but i do. Previously it did a fast probe to figure out where it was at and then a slow probe for accuracy (I don't see an obvious way to change this.) I'm running Marlin 1.1.9 (and I have tried to reflash Marlin with fresh settings). @fleek just tested it ... sorry had gone to work. Just in case. The tables below describe every menu item for every option (and all 5 extruders). The Z-axis offset, or Z-offset for short, is the distance from the top of the heated bed washers (defined as “zero”) to the tip of the hot end nozzle. I was using 2.0.5.3 as a base. No. If not maybe this should be considered to reduce the effect of signal noise specially when using z probe designs that induce considerable noise into the measurements. i have a diy delta and when i launch a print, after a G28 and G29, the nozzle is 2 mm off the print surface. privacy statement. One 'bad' point, especially, if it it is off a bunch, will pull things much more than it 'should' in that direction. Have a question about this project? i will test what happen with a G29 before. Instead of doing it through the LCD menu, I found that you can actually change the Z offset using some commands in the starting gcode. M851 followed by your offset you noted down in the last step, in the photo above the command would be M851 Z0.00 but yours will look more like M851 Z-0.90. @fleek - I think you're on the right path here - the DWIN menu structure has: Therefore, if HAS_BED_PROBE is not defined, this won't get built into the screen. It is the offset that you define with command M851 e.g. So no more leveling nor fiddling with the Z offset! First, re-download the latest RCBugFix which has the most logging. Higher Z-Offsets are 1, 1.1 and 1.2. I think I am seeing a similar issue. I don't want to throw out data. So is the autolevel useful or not ? My printer is an Anet A8 with Marlin firmware, I was having issues with the autoleveling sensor and reset the Z offset to 0 and let G29 get the mesh offsets and its working good now. I'm using a Prusa clone with Ramps 1.4, Marlin 1.1.5 and an inductive proximity sensor Z-probe. Also to verify movement I both watched the motor and light laid my finger on the spindle to detect even the slightest movement. Hopefully it will be added to the next nightly build. Use that bat file to open the project and flash your image.Test the BLTouch with your finger again. The easiest way to tune the homed height is to simply do homing, then move the nozzle all the way down to the bed, and if it isn't zero, adjust the z home position by the difference. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C7-YI-uQ9s, https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/src/inc/Conditionals_LCD.h#L621, https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/src/lcd/dwin/dwin.cpp#L1090, Fix for setting offset from tune menu (ender 3 v2). Yeah - the units here are in mm - the marlin limitation is +/- 10mm by default, and adjustable in 0.01mm increments. Marlin turns off the BEEPER pin as soon as it possibly can. At which place in the delta levelling is LSF in use? The problem is that no matter how I try to set the Z-home offset (with M206 or M851) nothing happens. This one adjusts Z based on the homing position: It's useful if you're homing with a probe, but otherwise it's used less and less. i have read your posts and will consider all of them. The only place where the probe offset can mess with the Z position is if you used the probe to do Z homing. im almost sure that EEPROM is on, if i undertood well what it is. using current firmware. Posted by BrokePilot . I have been working on a menu and hope to push out a fix soon. 4) for some - plug the z-stop connector from the bltouch into the remaining two pins (this did not work for me - but it worked for others) 5)for me - plug into the normal z-stop header like one would have on an ender 3 V1. Yes it indicates, but it ignores it. is it worth that i bothered config it ? If it crashes in to the bed, try to do Note #2 above. where is the place in marlin where i can change that please. You can do that by navigating to Configuration -> Probe Z offset -> Turn clockwise to move the nozzle higher and anti-clockwise to move the nozzle lower. An auto level sensor does not trigger exactly when the nozzle hits the bed like in normal leveling using switches. Personally, I've noticed that using M581 to change the offset does not actually work with G29, even after M500 and M503 to verify, it still uses the default Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER offset regardless of what you set it to. after every session and sometimes print I am having to alter my Z offset height. You signed in with another tab or window. Configuring Marlin Bed Dimensions. to your account. When auto bed leveling is concerned, hardware selection seems to get all the attention. it's working everything expect it's printing above the bed. Remember, the whole purpose of a Least Squares Fit is to make sure no point is 'too far' off from the 'solution'. Yes. The Z probe offset is being ignored. Using x and y will change the endstop offsets. Now turn off the software endstop temporarily (with M211 S0) to enable lowering the nozzle further down to the bed. so i'll pause the tuning for some time, seeya in a week or two. Tuck into this detailed guide of setting up Marlin for auto bed leveling to make sure that that shiny new probe actually works! I don't have the code up and running yet on Delta's. And I'm still going to do that. Hey everyone! Configurations, please Bltouch not working properly. I gave the branch the name 'Unified Bed Leveling' because it was my intention to bring together all of the different Auto Bed Leveling ideas for all flavors of printers. My printer uses the SKR 1.4 and I use a BLTouch for the Z endstop (I am not using bed leveling at this point, it is turned off in the printer settings.) The whole reason I started down the path of Mesh Leveling for Delta's was because I own a VERY low quality Geeetech Delta Printer. I did a pull request today.....sorry it took so long I had to learn how to use git. We'll check them over and see if anything is amiss. But once I get the Delta's up and running, I'm going to bring up the Grid Based ABL correction on top of the High Resolution Mesh correction. Pointing to your suggestion here seems sane: Raise Z and deploy the probe. requested in the Issue template) and drop them into your next reply. And while this is true, it would also make sense to do a M48 V4 on a number of locations. i think with DWIN_SET? Slice the STL file with your desired settings and print it on your printer. M428 sets home offsets so the current position aligns to the native home position. This is the vanilla version of Marlin Firmware 2.x pre-configured for Creality Ender 3 printers with original or generic BL Touch sensors. Anyway, it should be noted that actually the probe offset doesn't matter in bed leveling, because all G29 does is determine the tilt of the bed. I hope I won't need to resort to that 'fix'. I have diff'd Configuration.h and Configuration_Adv.h between the working and none working builds and the only differences occur in things that changed between the two releases. For example, if the switch trips when the platform is 3 mm below the nozzle, you set the Z offset to +3.0 (or maybe -3.0, your mileage may vary), so that the Z=0 position corresponds to the nozzle tip. Does the current Least Squares Fit use Danish robust estimation to diminish outliers that are more than 2 times standard deviation or some other robust regression? You should have an option called Record to EEPROM, as long as you have supported it in your Marlin. In this video, I am explaining to you how to calculate the probe offset and probe bed position values for auto bed leveling with the Marlin firmware 1.1.X. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. i have to sand a bit my effector to be sure that i can print. I was at 13.4mm on z offset on marlin. I have (I hope) attached my Configation.h and Configuration_Adv.h. https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/src/lcd/dwin/dwin.cpp#L1090. Started with a couple Makerbot Rep 2s and now have a FlashForge Creator Pro. Using the configuration menu I have set the offset to -4.44 and I am still 2.22 mm above where I want the axis to be. I have mine working now the way its supposed to be. Baby stepping via commands works so I know it does that. ... // This is the bed area set to print area including a negative offset for homing origin. The zero position for the Z axis is always the same (I turn off soft end stops and adjust the gap using 0.1 mm feeler gauge.) Yes. The offset in X,Y, and Z are the values defined in the firmware (In Marlin Configuration.h). If it works, then let it actually auto-home and then set your z offset using the menus and a piece of paper and finally do a bed leveling and save the settings! or do i try another ? M502 M500. Question. Does not seem to have fixed it for me. There's one outlier, which triggers the probe earlier, at 2.3, a half-millimeter higher than the other probes. Dear @tyssoon Dunno if thinkyhead still has this printer and might be able to say its just me alone having this issue anyway. Let's make sure your probe 'repeats' well enough that it isn't causing problems. m500+m502 have changed nothing, so i think this is not an eeprom problem. Especially the locations where there is any 'outlier' point. Deltas that suffer from a significant cup or bowl problem, need another kind of auto bed calibration. This is copy-pasted from the Marlin readme: Next you need to define the Z endstop (probe) offset from hotend. At the very end of the log, notice that the correction to Z only amounts to -0.06mm (From 15.00 to 14.94), not enough to mess with the first layer assuming a more-or-less flat bed. Personally, I've noticed that using M581 to change the offset does not actually work with G29, even after M500 and M503 to verify, it still uses the default offset regardless of what you set it to. This is a guide to using g-code command M206 to set the Z axis home offset in the Marlin Firmware, a guide to a method of adjusting the gap distance between the hot end nozzle and the build platform. This is a hardware issue due to the connected beeper pin being HIGH when the board is first powered. I cranked it down all the way to -10 while printing a test print. Has this been added to the nightly builds yet? New Marlin 2.x Versions # define NOZZLE_TO_PROBE_OFFSET { 10, 10, 0 } In this setting the offsets are X, Y, Z. I change the "#define CUSTOM_MACHINE_NAME" everytime i make a modification, to be sure the firmware is good just looking at the screen, so i think it's ok. Do i say nonsense ? To measure an offset between a trigger point and the bed, lower the nozzle to the trigger point (by homing, if it’s the homing device), and note the z-value. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. Thingiverse is a universe of things. I even cranked it all the way down to -6.72 without a bed crash. If you have a delta its much more likely you calibration is off, then the bed is not flat. @CRCinAU for configurations since its he keeps it private. All it takes is one typo. No it doesn't throw out any outliers. I've had to resort to repeatedly modify->compile->upload to fine tune my offset. Having looked at #19384 I believe the fix is actually in the Marlin Dwin file which at the moment is just a work in progress. The Z offset can be overridden with M851 Z … So, for example to change the z offset for the probe to -7.5 you would use M666 P-7.5. In general, on deltabots the probe should be connected to the unused Z-Min endstop pin (if there is one). if there are changes to the main config file though and I was meant to simply make all the needed changes myself be advise. Using RCBugFix from about 12 hours ago. Lower Z-Offsets are 0.8 and 0.9. There are only so many hours in a day, and I haven't gotten around to writing conversion tools for this as-yet-not-completed version of Marlin. The offset is not stored in EEPROM AFAIK and there's no z-offset in this Marlin version. M500 then m502, no results. For my 3d printer, the initial home offset will be 8mm; because I allowed about 10mm for home offset when setting Z_MAX_POS in the Marlin firmware. #define X_MAX_POS 200 #define X_MIN_POS -45 #define Y_MAX_POS 170 #define Y_MIN_POS -20 #define Z_MAX_POS 130 #define Z_MIN_POS 0 But do you think that one outlier is throwing anything off? M851 Z-1.85 that determines the This number will always be a negative value—the closer your Z-offset is to zero, the further away from the print surface the hot end nozzle will be moved. The current position is adjusted to align to the new home offset values. Check the Z position on the printer screen, and subtract another 0.1 from this value to account for the thickness of the paper. If not maybe robust regression should be considered to reduce the effect of signal noise specially when using z probe designs that induce noise into the measurements. I even cranked it all the way down to -6.72 without a bed crash. Please note that starting scripts may vary from one printer to another. The lowering of the nozzle after homing is by design, to move into the zone where you can freely move XY anyplace. After that is calculated and applied you do another probe of the entire bed and regression to the plane function to correct any remaining tiny Z offsets. I suspect this is a configuration issue. Videos are useful, but it's not reasonable to expect people to go watch videos when quickly screening issues to see if they can help. Now with Cura, it drops to Z=0 but never drops the offset amount before starting to print. https://github.com/thinkyhead/Marlin/tree/rc_final_z_correction. [Bug] Ender 3V2 z-offset tuning not working. ^^. But by the same token, that may be the right answer to get a good plane defined in the event some dirt or plastic pieces end up under the glass. is there a way to not manually reconfigure the configs.h files ? Marlin Zprobe offset not working. I've also tuned the z-offset … :) thanks by advance. In this case the head is moving in a parabolic shape which will also have the effect of an xy scaling problem near farther away from the center. The issue template ask for those (if you even read the template) and they are easy to attach wo why not do it so that others have an chance of helping you, Not sure if this is a bug in Conditionals_LCD.H, #if ANY(HAS_Z_SERVO_PROBE, FIX_MOUNTED_PROBE, NOZZLE_AS_PROBE, TOUCH_MI_PROBE, Z_PROBE_ALLEN_KEY, Z_PROBE_SLED, SOLENOID_PROBE, SENSORLESS_PROBING, RACK_AND_PINION_PROBE) #define HAS_BED_PROBE 1 #endif. You signed in with another tab or window. I was looking through Marlin G-code page but couldn't figure out how G29 affects M851 or vice-versa. z-offset does not change live when using the tuning menu. A word of warning: be very careful with Z homing with this mod, as if you are already below the Z endstop and you try to home Z, the bed will crash into the extruder. If you are not using Mesh Bed Leveling, just set it to 0.000. To adjust your Z-Offset, go into MatterControl under the CONTROLS tab. Please ZIP up your Configuration.h and Configuration_adv.h files (as By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and I'd recommend re-downloading RCBugFix from today (because there was a glaring bug applying z offset twice) and re-testing. Changing Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER is having no effect, and apparently was having no effect previously. my attempt was: const int MIN_STEPS_PER_SEGMENT = 6; not so far ! This will be your new Z-Probe Offset value; Set the nozzle temperature back to 0 with M104 S0; Set your new Z-Probe Offset using M851 Z, for example M851 Z-2.2; Re-enable the soft movement limits using M211 S1 Move Z down slowly until the probe triggers. see here. If you made the changes in configuration.h and uploaded you need to send M502 followed by M500 to update and save the new settings. Have a question about this project? di you managed to fix the z offset ? After homing and using "Move Axis" to set my Z to 0 I am still 2.22 mm above where I want it to be. https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/blob/bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/src/inc/Conditionals_LCD.h#L621, Here is where the actual Offset gets applied: M500 – Saves our offset we have just input to the printers EEPROM and you are finished setting your Z offset, the offset can also be accessed by the I have the same issue with my Marlin printers. Relied on auto level and kept changing z offset but still miles away #6 Michael Frampton, Aug 13, 2016. @Roxy-3D Most of those probed points seem fine to me. i dont understand what the z offset is for so, z_offset if primarily for the Mesh Bed Leveling schemes to adjust the distance from the Mesh to the nozzle. homed the nozzle is far from bed, but issuing command to z0 is not. @cosmoderp Can you please add to the title '[Bug] Ender 3V2' so that it can be identified specifically, because I think this problem is specific to Ender 3V2 because of the DWIN DGUS controller. This issue has been automatically locked since there has not been any recent activity after it was closed. is there a way to not manually reconfigure the configs.h files ? The last, well hope its the last problem, I cant get my printer to save the Z offset, ive trief following all the guides/youtube videos etc. Z homing was not working at all until I uncommented "USE_PROBE_FOR_Z_HOMING". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C7-YI-uQ9s. It would appear that the z-offset functionality is broken under 3.4.1 as changing the value does not seem to affect the print in any way nor could I find anything in the g-code file that would suggest it is working. If yes, can you be more specific in the way you did please ? Looks like we have to wait a while longer for this to be released. Just make sure that the G29 command comes after the very last G28 command in the script. But if that is what it takes to get the Grid Based running well, you can bet it will end up in the code! The error from any point is squared, so in a sense, it is exponential. I will keep your idea of throwing out points that are too far off the plane defined by the other points in my back pocket. You coul try to remove or replace https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/blob/RCBugFix/Marlin/Marlin_main.cpp#L3240-L3243. This will store all the current settings in your EEPROM permanently. Changing the Z offset allows you to fine-tune the Z=0 position by exact values, not putzing with a mechanical setting that can make things worse. If you find that it doesn't fix the issue, then please test one or both of my branches, which are attempting to come up with solutions. Do i need to flash the LCD as well? see. The X and Y offsets are specified as integers. i will postthe results soon. To have this fix, i just need to download and compile bugfix branch and flash the printer? Scroll down and click one of the Macro buttons. Joined: Aug 5, 2016 Messages: 88 Likes Received: 7. level, set the offset to negative, issuing z0 command will move the z. axis upwards. After powering up a 3D printer the printer’s controller board does not know at which position its axes are. do i have to bother ? I am trying to resolve this together with #18800, so it will take some time. I some what expect to see 'outliers' when I start probing the the edge of the Print Radius. The value for X and Y can be quite coarse. thanks for your help. However, in the version of marlin I use, I had to patch it so that the M206 command behaved the way we want with software endstops and Z homing to MAX. I understand what you are saying. Both will give different results. I know this is confusing and it is something that ok going to change slightly in my next version.. It was a simple mistake in programming the menu. I was at 13.4mm on z offset on marlin. The z offset … Nothing in the title or description indicated this was an Ender 3 V2 or that it was DWIN. If EEPROM_SETTINGS is enabled, the home offsets are saved with M500, loaded with M501, and reset with M502. ... as to the tools required and how the marlin firmware interacts with it. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: Cannot assist if you cannot attach config files. but u were right, i tuned z home pos to 685 and now it's okay i can print. @Nocturnal42 I notice that your probe triggers regularly when your nozzle is at least 1.8mm above the bed, implying that the correct probe offset for your setup is closer to -1.8 than -5.00 as shown. lwaynej perhaps you should start a new bug report by the looks of your issue. Bug Description z-offset does not change live when using the tuning menu. Take the current Z value and negate it. Note the z again. Because, if it doesn't have good repeat ability, we will never get this resolved. At the moment I am using the EZABL's version of Marlin on a Bigtree tech e3 mini v2 anyone any ideas But you have to fine-tune (calibrate) the values in the start-script anyway (with M218), or do you plan to customize the firmware after every nozzle change? (not retracting just printing) by a slight amount. tell me what you need to help me guys ! i changed it to 11mm and the nozzle were still at 2 mm above the bed. Ask Question Asked 1 year, 8 months ago. Once you start a print and babystep z to the correct height, navigate to Menu>Control>Store Settings.This will store the babystep adjustment to use on future prints. Actual behavior: it does not respond to any changes. Usually, a printer homes on the endstop switches, from that coordinate an offset is defined in the firmware to move to the origin. If they do not match then the kit will not work correctly. It is also used by the Z-Baby-Stepping. my log of m111/g29/g28 and print then reset. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: What version of Marlin are you using? Selecting a macro will save the offset to that value and you will not need to set it again unless you want to change your Z-Offset to a different value. I have the z-offset plugin installed and am running cura 3.4.1 under Ubuntu 18. My setup with level issues: Hi all, I have recently setup my Z probe and got G29 working correctly, It compensates for an unlevel bed (I can see Z changing) however, I cannot seem to get the Z probe offset set correctly. Example: The feature is available in the newest Marlin firmware. neither, anyway thanks to trying to help, even it doesnt :). Many thanks for all your work on this. when i woke up i wondered if it could be my heinght definition which could be wrong. But the more I mess around with the High Resolution Mesh, the less convinced I am that we need the other flavors added in on top. View the current offsets with M503. But let me help you understand why I'm being slow accepting the ideas. But it will be very soon in the UBL branch. At witch place in the delta levelling is LSF in use? Long Beep on Boot. Printers without a cup or bowl potential (or delta printers if they are known to have minimal (less than 0.1mm) cup or bowl issue) can use robust regression to a plane. Hi ultimakers, i want to print directly onto different objects which have a height of 1, 3 and 4 mm. I recently setup auto bed leveling which technically is working when I run G29 but I cannot get the nozzle close enough to get a successful print. Set #define Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER -.75 // Z offset: -below +above [the nozzle]. It turned out that creality made a mistake when designing the menu. @tyssoon All my examination of the code shows that the value being used is the one stored in the variable zprobe_zoffset as set by M851. Sorry if it hasn't helped but did you do m500 m502 or m502 m500? Some uses include fine adjustment of Z position (without moving endstops) and shifting the coordinate space to print on a different part of the bed. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. If you are using our latest Marlin 1.1.8 firmware, you can adjust the z-offset with the babystep z function. Installation went without a hitch. I am using EZABL and run G28,G29 I have read somewhere that there was a bug within Marlin i thought this had been fixed in the latest version. Make sure you that you reset the eeprom, save it, then powercycle first. privacy statement. The sensor is meant to detect the bed before the nozzle touches the bed. Z offset not being saved (marlin 2.0) So still having trouble trying to get my bltouch going. The easiest way to get the Z offset value is to: Home the Z axis. I am running marlin 1.1.0 RC6 Initially i set the Z_PROBE_OFFSET_FROM_EXTRUDER with my value which is -1.3 :). I have configured #define NOZZLE_TO_PROBE_OFFSET { 0, -41, -2.22}. However, at “user level” in the LCD menus, we refer to the first extruder as E1, the second as E2, etc. :D. i managed to correct the rest of the errors alone like a big boy. The DWIN DGUS controller is still an unknown to me as well, as to the tools required and how the marlin firmware interacts with it. Rich Forum List Message List New ... is mounted using the Petsfang v2 and in Marlin 1.1.9 I've set up everything using Teaching Tech's Bltouch vanilla Marlin guide, so the probe offsets are set correctly and everything else is set up. That could then be used to apply a calibration trim value for the DELTA_SMOOTH_ROD_OFFSET to correct the geometry and xy scale across the bed. Procedure to … That's pretty much always how I adjust mine. I have no idea why this worked but it did. the issue I have is the z offset not changing anything. so the rcbugfix is still bugged ? Already on GitHub? Once you leveled with the paper, you do not need to create an offset to account for the paper thickness, however, there are purists that do that. 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