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  • #16
    The MK3 uses a pinda proximity probe on the extruder to sense the bed level, it does a 9 point measure of the bed at the start of every print. Is there a prox on the cetus?
    Cheers.
    Jon

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    • #17
      Check this out
      https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:624625

      Jon

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Jon Heron View Post
        That’s one way to use “soft jaws”
        Oh, another benefit of PETG, superior layer adhesion

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Sun God View Post
          They really don't, at least, any more than the first time, and IMHO that should be done at the factory. The whole fixation with bed leveling in the 3D printing community is laughable coming from a machining perspective ...
          I'm with Paul on this issue. My Creality CR-10 needed to be leveled on arrival (from New Jersey). After approximately 200 hours of operation, it needed to be re-leveled. The back left corner, where the bed heater cables are attached, was way out of level. I was having loss of adhesion issues, but only on large prints and only on the back left corner. After trying rafts, glue sticks, triple hair spray, it finally dawned on me to check the bed leveling. Problem solved.
          Kevin

          More tools than sense.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Jon Heron View Post
            Can't say as I'd be worth the effort to print out a whole chuck... but a set of jaws wouldn't be that hard. Maybe leave them a little snug in the slides to they're easy to bore out to whatever size is needed. Once it was all figured out, it would be near zero effort to print out another set for whatever. I was thinking of printing out some single-use collets, jut bore, trim off the nose (that keeps the slits apart), and use as needed. A set of chuck jaws would do just as well, and be easier to use. Of course, something that clipped over the existing jaws would be even easier still, though a little less flexible (in both good and bad ways).

            A well, last thing I need right now is another project,

            David...
            http://fixerdave.blogspot.com/

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