The Replicator Calibration Print
by MakerBot, published
The Replicator test print is a handy tool you can use to make sure your Replicator is set up correctly and to diagnose all kinds of print quality issues.
Each part of the print diagnoses a different issue: The two rectangles check build platform leveling, the center chip checks nozzle alignment, the squiggle at the right checks gantry alignment, and the two bridges at the front check extruder temperature.
Go to http://www.makerbot.com/docs/replicator/calibration-print/ for a more complete explanation of how to use this calibration print.
Combine the two files with the "Merge for Dualstrusion" option in ReplicatorG. Then print the merged files and consult http://www.makerbot.com/docs/replicator/calibration-print/ to check for issues.
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