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first layer to thin after leveling
Hey everyone. Just got a new a5s and did a few prints with the blue painter's tape on the bed, worked fantastic till one of the prints tore the tape on removal. Removed the rest of the tape and cleaned the glass with alcohol to start a new print. (think be may be warped) I set the paper down and do the leveling on all four corners till I just feel the slightest resistance then when I do the fifth point I can barely get the paper under it at all. If I try to print then the first layer is a super thin layer and it causes the filament feeder to constantly "click" trying to feed the filament through. The only way I can get proper thickness is to use the little triangle inspection tag that was in the warranty booklet and tighten it just till I cant slide it. If I fold a piece of printer paper in half it's too much but 1 sheet thickness is too much. Any ideas on what a general rule of thumb is for filament extruded thickness in relation to z-axes height? heard it was 70-80%