hi, i have a mass portal's delta print. in this when i print any square object this objects are print like trapezoidal shape. why this kind of error occur? can any one help me to solve this issue? and which type of parameters change?
Hello, My DeltaWasp 4070 extruder keeps crashing into the build plate. The 3 screw adjustment is not enough to prevent this. How do I adjust the z Height settings (advanced, motion, etc...) to accommodate the proper height?
when i try to heat up the bad its say: Error:Printer halted. kill() called![ERROR] Error:Printer halted. kill() called! i don't know what to do, please help
Hi,I just bought a delta printer and it is not printing properly. I tried printing a test rectangle and the print curls up. They dont stick to the base.It might be printing a bit in the air. I did auto leveling on my printer but still the prints are not nice. My printer is this "flsun 3d kossle delta printer"
Hi everyone, ^^ I have just finish to built my own 3D printers : a µdelta Original with a ramps 1.4.Everything is ok when I Upload the firmware on my Arduino, it start but I have 2 problems :-> My first and main problem is that : when I touch a endstop (X, Y or Z), the printer stop immediately, and I don't know why... -> My second problem : My LCD screen is only blue without any text...
I built a Delta 3-D printer from a cheap Chinese kit which uses the Marlin firmware. Everything seems to be working okay except the display shows my Z axis home at 295. This is where the #define MANUAL_Z_HOME_POSITION was set. When I issue the command G X0 Y0 Z15, the nozzle just touches the print bed. That would indicate to me that I need to change the above definition from 295 to 280.
Hi, I have a Delta Wasp 20 40 since a while, but still have not used it really as I have been busy with other projects and I need to get to know the machine. It's sitting in my studio in East London. I am wondering if anyone in London is interested in using it. I will be going to Italy to the Wasp factory for a workshop this week. But will be back next week. Anyone interested, let me know.