da Vinci Jr-What if your CIRCLE print sample looks like OVAL

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da Vinci Jr-What if your CIRCLE print sample looks like OVAL

Postby PaPaDogg » Fri Jul 29, 2016 4:37 pm

Some times when you finish printing, the circle print sample shows like oval.

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That's, as the printer life time goes on, the belt has loose, so the nozzle cannot follow the correct path of circle contour.

So, we need to tight your X-Y axis belt.


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1)Release the front 2 screws
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2)Release the 4 screws on each corner
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3)Then take off the glass, and release the 3 screws
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4)Take off the plate, then release the 2 screws on the black cover
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5)Take off the black cover, then release the screw on the roller
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6)Move the slider forward and backward, it is better to add lubrication on the shaft
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Install the screws back until the belt is tight, then the try print again, it should be better than before.
Here is the compare,
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Re: da Vinci Jr-What if your CIRCLE print sample looks like

Postby GrantWilson » Mon May 27, 2019 2:37 am

I need help with my da vinci jr. I do not know practically anything about printer setup and issues/troubleshooting solutions. Checked the Thingiverse forum topics, and I checked x and y axis - they are straight and not binding.
I'm working on another project right now and my research topic requires a lot of graphs and schemes, so I need to hire essay writer for my project report anyway.
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