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Wrong Z-axis value when printing

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  1. tiagomaricate

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    Z-offset has done.
    Bed calibration is done.
    Auto-leveling has done.
    And it still putting the bed on the wrong height.
    Any idea?

     
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    Exactly what did you do?

    Check the value in the EEPROM for Z offset -- is it negative?
     
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    What is the firmware version in the R2? Should be Robo version 1.2.6. Check the R2 FAQ for more information.
     
  4. tiagomaricate

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    Yep it is
     
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    Yes is the last one, 1.2.6
     
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    So make it MORE negative... does it end up higher? Double it or triple it just to see that you are having an effect.
     
  7. tiagomaricate

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    Looks the UV sensor simply doesn't detect it... but I will try. Maybe the sensor detects, but with a very different values.
     
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    OK, assuming you have the stock build plate then yea that may be a faulty sensor. Under warranty reach out to Robo and if you are out of warranty PartsBuilt.com should have the part: https://www.partsbuilt.com/bed-sensor-r2c2-robo3d/

    but it looks like they are out of stock. If you are out of warranty contact them and let them know you need that part and hopefully they can reorder.
     
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    Looks the UV sensor only detects the original buildtak. If I use a magic maker on the "generic" builtak, the sensors detect it.
     

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