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Ender 3 Bed Level

by Elproducts Nov 24, 2018
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i hit stop print half way through cause everything looked good but the nozzle went to the right in stead of the left and i had to turn the printer off.

I own 3 Prusa I3 printers of various flavors/versions with ABL so when I recently picked up an Ender 3 on a whim and had to learn to manually level the bed I'm glad I started with your files. Your instructions made this very easy and I absolutely appreciate you and your efforts to educate the community! Thank you! :)

I decided to buy an Ender 3 because of you. I learned of your Gcode bed level from your channel. Thank you.

Thank you for making these, made leveling the bed infinitely more easy!

when i tried 3rd times it was worked. perfect calibration guide. thats my first day at 3d printing so im amateur.

Thanks! It works perfect and make my 3d printer life so much better :D

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I'm not sure what you are referring to.
The files described are in the Files section.
The description in the video links back to here.

Thanks for these, it made bed levelling a lot easier...faster...and probably better than I have ever had it.

Nice, much easier to level, thanks :)

This is my "go to" model for leveling my Ender 3 Bed. When everything goes well, it is easy to remove. I just run my scraper under the corners on one side then grab all the squares and pull em up. If I'm too close to the bed it can be a pain to remove. Not the models fault though. I've wondered if this would be easier to remove if there were lines joining the corners of the boxes, kind of like an X that cover all the squares.

Worked a treat. Just got my first printer (Ender 3 Pro) and used it before my first print (Benchy), everything was perfect. Many thanks. :-)

A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!
Anyone who buys the ender 3 pro should make this their premier leveling tool and a tool in the noob fils. Awesome.

This is great!!!

What slicer/settings did you use to slice the STL?

The first layer of your gCode looks great. However when I slice the STL it looks like junk. :/

The g-code for moving the nozzle to the four corners is great. Way better than the way I used to do it. I'm going to try it on my Anet A8 as it has the same size build plate.

Superb i leveled bed :) ty for esun pla+ i usde 215 nozle, 65 bed temp and room temp 25

These two files streamlined the process of setting up my Ender 3 for me in addition to giving me a better understanding of the whole process. Fortunately, I ordered my printer with a Glass bed included. The Alu Bed it shipped with is concaved to about 0.015" and this gave me fits trying to TShoot the resultant issues.
Thanks again for the Tubes, You do a good job of communicating and seem to know what you are talking about.

Great print for beginners! Allowed me to move on confidently knowing that my bed was level while also showing me where the low spots on my bed are. Thanks!!!

Loved it! This was super easy to use and for a newbie like me, it was nice and slow and gave me time to play with the settings on the knobs until I could get that almost yet not really squished look. Very easy to use

Very hekpful to level the ENDER3 - Thank you!

Can this work on any size bed?

Ah ok thanks chuck. How hard it is to make a 300x300 bed level gcode?

Yes, if it’s a similar size bed.

The nozzle temp is too low in the gcode should be more like 210 for PLA, thanks

210 is high for some PLA filaments. We use our Filament Friday Filament and that is the temp we use. You can always adjust the temp in the LCD or modify the GCode.

Ok depends on brand I guess, at 200 my nozzle clogged, so let me say this , when printing this thing, people should alter the nozzle temp on the LCD to their normal print temp

What brand of PLA do you use? My normal brand has a print temp from 185 to 220, so I'm very curious to know which brand would see 200 being too cold

Truly a utilitarian dream. I can not thank you enough.

I've used some others but this one is definately fast. Quickly on the fly adjustments. I will keep this one on the SD card.

It is also great for diagnosing a dirty bed :)

Perfect code, great video explaining everything and making bed leveling as simple as possible. Thank you!

Man, I wish I had had this code and your video when I started 3D printing just two months ago. This has got to be possibly the best "Bed levelling for beginners" I have ever seem. If I could press "Like" multiple times I would!