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Z Axis Height Calibration
#61
I downloaded the files - printed the instructions. Followed them to the letter... My cube was 19.35 mm high, so adjusted by -0.65mm and voila, it is now SPOT ON!! THANK YOU.
So how do I fix x and y as they are both 20.6mm...
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#62
So first post so take it easy. I'm coming over from and FDM printer. I printed out all 4 cubes for the calibration. Here are the measurements 20mm cube: 19.97, 15mm cube: 14.89; 10mm cube: 9.80, 5mm cube: 4.82.

I am sorta clueless what to adjust the value to? Should it only be based off the 20mm cube? so an adjust of only .03?
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#63
Why not just print a block, find out the difference and proceed to step 2 by updating the g-code?  Then it sounds like the bottom layer exposure time might need to be pushed up a bit to make sure the parts still stick...
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#64
I got a Elegoo Mars 2 Pro. I have the same issue of 'Z-Height Accuracy'.
I have not update the firmware.

Is the 'Z-Height Accuracy.zip' applicable to Elegoo Mars 2 Pro?

Can I follow the step to amend the 'Z-Height Accuracy.zip' of the gcode before update the firmware?
or Update the firmware first before the 'Z-Height Accuracy.zip'?
or doesn't matter?

Thanks
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