ET4+, Pro and ET5 Leveling Guide

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TomasLA
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Step 2: Check the Height of the Sensor........

is that an optional step?


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TomasLA
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i didnt want to move that sensor it was a little lower than in the picture... but i can confirm its an optional step... leveling my new AT4 pro was very very tricky... this is my fifth printer... my second Anete... my old A8 its built like a tank and its way easier to level... but this at4 definitely prints alot better... im very happy.... its worth the time figuring how to level properly .... the most importan part IMO is to figure out and keep record on the position of the sensor screw... even 1mm of turn makes alot of diference----
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AnetLau
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TomasLA wrote: 2020-07-02 23:28 i didnt want to move that sensor it was a little lower than in the picture... but i can confirm its an optional step... leveling my new AT4 pro was very very tricky... this is my fifth printer... my second Anete... my old A8 its built like a tank and its way easier to level... but this at4 definitely prints alot better... im very happy.... its worth the time figuring how to level properly .... the most importan part IMO is to figure out and keep record on the position of the sensor screw... even 1mm of turn makes alot of diference----
We made leveling tutorial videos for ET4 and ET4 Pro recently, which will be available soon and more convenient to leveling for you. Please wait for some time.
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VixenPic
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I don't see the reference images
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