What to do if Ender 5 Pro cant remember the Axis?

What to do if Ender 5 Pro cant remember the Axis?

Slightly unscrew the motor. Manually rig the Z-axis above its lowest point. Rescrew the motor back into place tightly. Then auto home it. Thanks for contributing an answer to 3D Printing Stack Exchange!

When to use no motion before homing in Ender 5?

E.g. when the following constant is defined: #define NO_MOTION_BEFORE_HOMING no movement at all is possible before the printer is homed, this can help prevent destroying the printer. (Summed up from several entries in this thread.) It is untrue assumption that printer can’t move back to home anymore, until the G-Code G28 is executed.

When does the noise come from the z axis motor?

I found that when you up the bed, there is no noise, the noise only comes when Z-axis moving down. The Z-axis is fixed on the motor and there is no fix on the top which means the higher it goes, the more moveable space it has.

When does the z axis motor go away?

Therefore, even the Z-axis is not parallel to the two bars, when the bed goes up, there may be no noise, but when the bed moves down…you know. Yes I can confirm that the motor is fine and it is all because of the bed, so basically if I hold my finger under the bed and push upwards a bit the noise goes away.

Why does the z axis not move up during printing?

Problem is, the Z axis does not move up while printing! stays at the same level during the entire print. I have to cancel everything. I have full manual control of all axis… moving up/down/homing ect, all with manual control. and prints out layer one, Z AXIS DOES NOT MOVE UP to start the second layer… prints over top of layer one.

When to use no motion before homing on printer?

After you switched on the printer, the printer doesn’t know where the origin is and movement is limited. E.g. when the following constant is defined: #define NO_MOTION_BEFORE_HOMING no movement at all is possible before the printer is homed, this can help prevent destroying the printer.