XY 20 mm Calibration Box

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XY 20 mm Calibration Box by whoisjoecarr Apr 14, 2014


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This is my 20mm calibration box with raised lettering showing which axis is which. I made this after printing the standard 20 mm box and forgetting how it was oriented after I had removed it from the bed.


Make sure you have the axes oriented correctly before printing.

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Threw me off when I printed it while X and Y were 20mm Z was around 10mm, yipes. First time I've used a calibration cube that didn't define Z also.

The Z is 10mm. Hence why it's a box and not a cube! The lines connecting the letters are 1mm thick and 1mm high as I recall.

I want one that has XYZ for deltas :)

You can't isolate movement in the plane of the hot bed with just one stepper from a delta... can you?

No, but you can still get value out of knowing which direction on the bed is having problems

I'll give it a shot!

Great calibration box. I like the added touch of the x and y.

Thanks! I was working on tuning my machine and printing out a bunch of these and then I'd forget how I had them oriented. Plus it helps test how text comes out with 1 mm thickness.

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