Scratches on bed
Hi, I was able to test the cr-6 max last night.
(creality slicer, using the cr-6 se with enlarged measurements. I also checked warning with the Start G-Code. Autoleveling seems ok, when checked with a piece of paper)
I have some problems with my PLA, which doesn't stick to the hotbed. Temperature is 60° as recommended, nozzle 200°, I think I will find out, what is wrong -
but what makes me really sad is:
When I stop printing because of this, the hotend moves straight to the left and leaves narrow scratches on the glass!
Is there a way to tell the printer after a cancelled job to move upwards?
I had th same problem at the start.
Update the firmware to the community firmware fixes this issue.
It may also be fixed in the latest Creality release but I have not confirmed as I had no failures on the newer release prior to swapping to the community fermware.