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Extruder Calibration – Matt's Hub
Having your extruder properly calibrated is essential for perfecting your print quality. Often when you go to calibrate it for the first time, you'll find that your calibration is actually a long way off from what it is supposed to be and you've been printing with it set incorrectly all along. There are two parts…
3d  3dprinting  calibrate  calibration  e-steps  esteps  extruder  guide  printer  prusa 
january 2019 by tranqy
Extruder Calibration – Matt's Hub
Having your extruder properly calibrated is essential for perfecting your print quality. Often when you go to calibrate it for the first time, you’ll find that your calibration is actually a long way off from what it is supposed to be and you’ve been printing with it set incorrectly all along.

There are two parts to calibrating your extruder – tuning your extruder steps/mm value in your firmware, and tuning your extrusion width/extrusion multiplier. It is important to do it in this order. First, we want to sort out how much plastic is being fed in to the hot end (regardless of any values like extrusion width, extrusion multiplier, filament diameter etc), and then move on to how the printer is behaving in terms of the plastic actually being pushed out and laid down.
3d  printer  extruder  esteps  e-steps  calibration  calibrate  guide 
june 2018 by 44sunsets

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