I have the skr mini and it works great so far. Rediculously quiet after the swapSo I ended up getting the Ender 3 Pro.
After using up most of my starter/sample filament, one thing I KNOW I want, is ABL.
This means I will need to upgrade my mainboard. I am having trouble deciding between the TH3D EZboard Lite v1.2, or the SKR Mini E3. I will admit, the $80-$90 price difference is a strong favor for the BigTreeTech.
And after that decision will be whether I go with BLTouch or EZABL.
Just got some MGN12H rails for my Y axis. The wheels on my pro are starting to wear, and I enjoy precision.
Should be installed within the next week once I find some time. I'll post some images once it's done.
I am new to all this so I will answer the best I can.
The 3d model file being opened in your slicer program to create the GCODE file for the printer.I don't know what you mean by STL
Which software?I was using the default settings in the software and ok the system.
Nope, you most likely need more resistance.I will get a picture tomorrow for you.
I did see a video on the paper test and did that on the conners and center and got it to where there was some mild resistance when I pulled the paper.
You may want to run a few calibration checking prints.I also saw another video about the assembly process so I will loosen some things up, realign and see if they helps.
The slicer program I am using is the one that came with the printer, the Creality Slicer.The 3d model file being opened in your slicer program to create the GCODE file for the printer.
Nope, you most likely need more resistance.
You may want to run a few calibration checking prints.
With not-previously-used filament I typically print a temperature tower or fiddle with test squares from the minimum and incrementing by 5 degrees until I find something that works well.it said that printing temp needs to be 215-230. I had the nozzle at 200, which was the default, so I bumped it to 222.
Tried all that with no luck. I took it to microcenter earlier tonight and they exchanged it with no questions. I will set it up again tomorrow and I will also go thru this video to double check everything I am doing.