@Gracy Hello, yes it is firmware issue. When I run the supposed bed level on the printer and then slice a model its not taking the the mesh that is being developed from the ABL. Even with Gcode its not retrieving it. Something is preventing it from accepting the mesh, if there even is one.
This has been a glaring issue for this printer and I'm not the only user. I have seen a lot of users who have not be able to get their bed levels mesh to take not matter what "fix" the team at creality comes out with. That "new" firmware from last month is not doing the job, the bed level issue is still there.
Quiet frankly, the fact that when I do reach out out to the creality team they tell me to so this trick or try this jerry rig fix, or its a temperature issue, some excuse when the issue is not the the users, its the printers key feature is not working. I am wholeheartedly tired of reaching out to creality support when nothing they tell me to do is working. So unless I'm wrong and if there is a user who has theirs working. Please chime in and share how its working for you.
@Gracy So if you have video proof that this bed level works that will be nice and share how you all are getting to work. AND NOT USE THE CREALITY CLOUD.
When I test my bed level..
-I run the bed level test
-I run a print test the covers all around the bed for with the model having a skirt and check to so see if the bed test print is sticking.
-I run temperature towers on all my spools of filament.