X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

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NightStorm1000
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X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by NightStorm1000 » Fri Oct 02, 2020 12:21 am

Hi.

I recently got the Thinker SE and on my first print of one of the Files on the SD Card I have Extreme X-Axis Layer Shifting.
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Any Tipps for this?

Thanks!
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William
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Re: X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by William » Wed Oct 07, 2020 8:58 am

Hi, from your pic.
Here are some suggestions for it:
1. Try to check the belt of the X axis.
You can adjust the belt and make sure it is tight. If it looss then it will cause this problem.

2. You can try to check the acceleration setting from LCD
Jerk:
X/Y: 8
Z: 0.4
If the value of it is out of this range then you can adjust them.
Then it will improve this problem.
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Re: X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by NightStorm1000 » Wed Oct 07, 2020 3:23 pm

Fixed it already by using my Marlin Version wich doesnt use Classical Jerk anymore.
I calculated Junction Deviation based on 8 Jerk and 1500 Accelleration and it works Flawlessly.
I also think my belt was to tight. Because the X carrage had a hard time moving on in a few places.

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Re: X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by William » Wed Oct 07, 2020 5:13 pm

NightStorm1000 wrote:
Wed Oct 07, 2020 3:23 pm
Fixed it already by using my Marlin Version wich doesnt use Classical Jerk anymore.
I calculated Junction Deviation based on 8 Jerk and 1500 Accelleration and it works Flawlessly.
I also think my belt was to tight. Because the X carrage had a hard time moving on in a few places.
Hi, we just move your another post to the firmware section.
It seems not bad. But we will have try with it
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Re: X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by NightStorm1000 » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:36 pm

Go for it.

I am open for Improvments to the Config if you find any.

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Re: X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by NightStorm1000 » Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:06 pm

Its Back.

Shifting on the X-Axis. Pretty Bad this Time.

Already checked the Belt and the Voltage of the Driver. Both looked good.

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Re: X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by William » Tue Oct 13, 2020 4:48 pm

Hi,
You can check if the nozzle exists the burnt filament around.
Also need to check the layer shift happened at which layer, maybe the z-axis movement is incorrect then it will cause over extrusion and you will get the layer shift.
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Re: X-Axis Layer Shifting on Thinker SE

Post by NightStorm1000 » Wed Oct 14, 2020 8:12 pm

Bumped up the Voltage on the Driver. About 0.2 more and now it seems fine for the Moment.

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