It looks like your extruder is not moving all the way to the right during the level x-axis arm script. That causes the hotend to hit the heated bed before leveling. And this would cause issues with leveling. Is something getting in the way or preventing the extruder from moving all the way to...
Most likely an issue with the z-offset. Follow the instructions here for adjusting the offset. You can also try Menu<Control<Restore Failsafes on the printer. It is basically a factory reset. But wont change the firmware you have installed.
@DSM3D in the download, there is a source file folder. That is where you will have to make your modifications. The hex file is a just a compiled version that is used for uploading the firmware. It can not be changed.
Email email@example.com and I will send you a copy. But just to let you know, we will be unable to give any assistance on modifying or installing the firmware as this will fall outside the scope of tech support since the printer will no longer be in its stock format. And installing the...
You will need to open the start gcode in your slicing software. And if you have any files you repeatedly print, I would bring the card back to the computer and just open the gcode file in a text editor and manually remove the "g28 x0 y0" and "g29"
Here is the zip file. But we will be unable to give any assistance on modifying or installing the firmware as this will fall outside the scope of tech support since the printer will no longer be in its stock format.
We are trying to finalize a couple of things for the heated beds before we ship them out. But wanted to start shipping out the printers. We will send out the heated beds as soon as they are ready at no additional charge.
we just remove the "g29" and "g28 x0 y0" from the start gcode. If these lines are in the start gcode, the saved bed level is not used. You still need to use the normal "g28" so to home all axis at the start of the print.