So i recently purchased a large 3d printer, it is a Tronxy 5xs 40 and it has two z motors and one x and one y. With the controls, and while messing with it, all motors seem to move in the correct directions, However, when i click auto home, and this is on a Marlin, it goes the opposite direction on the Y axis. HOWEVER, flipping the wires, belts and anything else does nothing.
I've been printing for around a year now, so i have some knowledge but not 100% on everything. I'm currently using a Flashforge Creator Pro but at the moment I'm having trouble with a specific print for work. I have attached pictures so you can see my issues.  
Hello, as seen/heard in the linked video two times. The extruder on my Zortrax M200 v4 has a thumping noise when in operation. I upgraded the hotend to all metal Micro Swiss upgrade and I'm having print quality troubles as well as clear stringy unmelted filament when removing material. Need help, this printer was great until this upgrade!   https://photos.app.goo.gl/drIYa0EcCHEsqL6W2
All looks normal
Hello all this is my first time i tried 3d printing. I tried designing a car but the 3d printer gave me some problems( may be my design as well).So the problem is that only the solid bottom half of the car prints.The rest of the car does not get printed (this part is like a hollow pipe.This  problem happened twice in a row
Hello chaps,  Could anyone advise me which low cost (up to £500) DLP printer is better to start with. I just want to play around DLP technology without spending huge amount on of money.  Main candidates are: 1. Wanhao D7 (without control box)  Build volume 120mm* 68mm *200mm Price £425 (ebay)  2. Anycubic Photon (touchscreen) Build volume 115mm *65mm *155mm  Price £420 (ebay) 
Hey guys, I'm new to this forum, so sorry in advance if this is in the wrong place! So, onto the question. I want to get my first 3D printer, and with my small budget, I've narrowed down the contenders to two different printers. Both were chosen because they're cheap, and either I've bought from the company before or they're in Canada.  
I'm looking for the best 3D printer available for under $400 for home use.  I know there are a lot of Prusa i3's available out there with varying options...but are those the best choice?  I know that's a very small price window, but hey...this is a personal machine and I'm broke.  I expect that if everything with the cheap machine goes well, I'll be able to upgrade next year to a better machine.

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