Nope, no decent adjustment possible. I wish! There is a solution as far as I can see, the Nylock method, but as it’s under warranty, I can’t do it, or my warranty is void.
Thanks for the tip! I was exactly planning to do just that, trying to make sure that I can spot it better that it gets swapped or not!
With a lot of fiddling, the use of Cura, I finally am printing what I had planned, wew. I really envy people who use them without even looking at them. Must be such fun. Mine fills up a swear jar in a week.
One more thing I noticed is that the printbed hates one of my favorite brands of PLA, one I used on Ender and Elegoo without any issues. Since I never have large quantities due to printing miniatures mostly, I did use it to print small items with it, but for larger objects, I had to revert to one of my other brands.
Taping the corner which detaches also works well. Basically, these 3 workarounds fixed 95% of my problems. Yet, I can never print without watching the first layer go down, like most people do.
I have to look into printing over 17cm high, as I get severe layer shifts starting at that height. I am currently not finding the courage to do so. I rarely ever print over that height. I am a bit fed up with plowing through yet another batch of websites and vids to do so. Maybe one of you has a tip for me, would be mush appreciated. Not that I am too lazy, but I have been problem solving 3 consecutive printers since 2021 and fed up at the moment.
Hub hates 3D printing with gusto, and he’s an IT expert. He just can’t believe why one print succeeds and the one after, identical, without any change in any setting or PLA fails. It drives him nuts, he says. He adds that if it were him, the printer would have gone right out the window and applauds my tenacity for trying to make it work. He loves the stuff I print a lot. Yep, but I did cry a few times, seriously, it’s draining and I feel like a firefighter, sigh.
All I read is that Bambu is a gamechanger. About time too that 3D printing improves! Several coworkers from hub who put their printer in the basement to gather dust because of the problems they had. All that fiddling should be done and over with in this day and age. A tiny bit of tweaking is fine, not a constant source of stress.