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Topic: Printing in air when using Cura (Read 330 times) previous topic - next topic

Printing in air when using Cura
Hi all,

*All good I downloaded Cura 15.02.1 and used the ini file from the 101hero site and it's fixed the problem*

I've done a bunch or reading and I've got to a point where I'm stuck

101Hero first batch
Replaced motors as organised by Stefano
I've calibrated the bed using the calibrating files I found on here
I've printed successfully using the gingerbread man from 101land
Setup the 101hero in Cura (15.04.6) using the settings found here
Width / Depth 150 Height 100 nozzle 0.4 filament 1.75

My issue is that when I try to print a file sliced with Cura the printer tries to print it about 150mm above the glass bed
Can anyone please tell me which settings I need to change in Cura to fix this?

Cheers
  • Last Edit: 04 Jun, 2017, 06:39:13 AM by bennythejet