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by Sandervg, published

bed level by Sandervg Nov 8, 2012
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this design may be used to check your bed level

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Print this object and see how the first layer is being deployed on your build platform

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We can take this one further:  Print this onto your bed support plate, and then lay your bed on top (non heated of course)

Automagically perfectly level.

This might be good to use for all print jobs to get the thing started..

 you mean like a skirt that goes around the object a few times before starting with the real object? That is a really great suggestion and implemented in Cura,Slic3r and skeinforge even.

 its there already...

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