How to level a bed with Ender 5 Plus?
-> Level the bed (AUX leveling), no Z-Offset set, no measured leveling, no auto leveling – Prints stick on parts of the bed but a couple of centimeters further it is printing in the air -> First set the Z-Offset and then level the bed via AUX Leveling, no measured leveling, no automatic leveling – Same result as above
How to use aux leveling in Ender 5?
-> First set the Z-Offset and then level the bed via AUX Leveling, once use measured leveling (values differ from +0,02 to -0,1637), no automatic leveling – same result -> First set the Z-Offset and then level the bed via AUX Leveling, once use measured leveling, automatic leveling on – this seems even worse…
Why is my Auto bed leveling not working?
Before the print has actually started I have set up Auto Bed Leveling using a BLTouch sensor, during the period that this runs I find that material leaks out of the nozzle and curls back onto itself and by the time it finishes it is substantial enough to cause problems when the nozzle is primed drawing the line to the left of the print.
What causes hot end to ooze during bed leveling?
The oozing is due to hot-end getting hot before the bed leveling procedure: if you move the hot-end warm up command after the G29 line you avoid that oozing
Why is my Ender 5 not auto leveling?
The reason that I ask is because if you were a couple of mm off the bed when leveling and then scratched into the bed when attempting to print, your bed was not at auto home starting height. The reason I know this is I did the same thing the first time I tried to re-level my bed.
How can auto leveling compensate for a warped bed?
Auto leveling cant compensate for a bed that is warped or really far off. You have to set your z offset also. Change z offset as a test print is running so you can see the results in real time. A LOT of beds are warped and that is why so many people (including me) go to glass or mirror.