Through trial and error I think I found a setting that I am satisfied with. Some tips and mods below.
My Printer! http://i.imgur.com/u6yiCCB.jpg
This is my settings. You can download and load the profile to Cura.
String of plastic at the start of the print (I'm still trying to fix this one by software or by a hack)
Bed: I feel like the screw heads on the original bed are a little depressed so I added a plywood that I know is flat then use the blue tape.
Z axis end-stop calibration screw: Because of the increase height of the plywood bed I needed to extend the z axis screw. I printed a standoff spacer or a cylinder, warmed it up with a heat gun then rotate the screw in. Viola! A threaded spacer.
Adjusted X and Y end-stop switch: I wanted for the 0:0 to be right on the corner of my bed so I moved the X and Y switch closer. I printed some switch holders and fixed it on the metal rods.
LACK Ikea table: The printer is almost as wide as LACK table so if you put an enclosure like I did it might be a tight fit. The concern is the Y stepper motor touching the sides.
Octoprint with Raspberry pi 2: Very convenient specially with a webcam.
So far no major mishaps yet with my printer.
hi there, are you using cura to print with the colido printer of with the print-rite software please?
nice post, thx 4 sharing.
I also use the ikea lack but than 2 put together with acrylic side panels, the cheapest and easiest enclosure for your printer!http://imgur.com/0fAipTA
Octoprint on the PI works great, support for slic3r would be nice though ....
Did you had problems with the clearance? I thought I measured that Print-Rite is higher than the LACK clearance. That looks so good though!
it fits (L x W x H)
Print-Rite 52.5 x 48 x 36.8 cm
Lack Table 55 x 55 x 45 cm (thickness top 5 cm)