Vertex Nano 3d printer

... config files and whatnot

Just got a Velman Vertex Nano 3D printer. Had to hack a glass to replace the original stuff that was over the bed. Works nicely now.

Here's the configuration gdode files. Have fun!

M502 ;Revert to the default "factory settings."
M500 ;Store parameters in EEPROM
M117 HOMING...
G28  ;Auto home
M117 POSITIONING NOZZLE
G1 X40 Y40 Z2 F500 ;Position Nozzle
G4 S1 ;Wait a second
M117 MOVE Z TO TOUCH BED
M117 POSITIONING NOZZLE
G1 X0 Y80 F500 ;Position Nozzle
G4 S1 ;Wait a second
M117 APPLY HOME OFFSETS

1. Save these files onto a SD-CARD

Save these 2 files onto an SD-CARD you can use for the Vertex Nano (step1.gcode step2.gcode)

2. Run step1.gcode

Insert the SD-CARD into the Vertex Nano and power it up. Navigate to the PRINT FROM SD-CARD menu and choose the step1.gcode file.

The printer will go through some steps and come to a complete stop with the following message on the screen: MOVE Z TO TOUCH BED

3. Move axis (Z touching bed)

Navigate to the MOVE AXIS menu and choose MOVE 0.1mm.

Then choose Move Z and move the HOTEND downwards by turning the knob, until it just touches the bed. You should still be able to slide a piece of normal paper between the BED and the NOZZLE.

If you have completed this part, go back to the main menu.

4. Run step2.gcode

Navigate to the PRINT FROM SD-CARD menu, and choose the setp2.gcode file.

The printer will go through some steps and come to a complete stop with the following message on the screen: APPLY HOME OFFSETS

5. Set home offsets

Lastly, simply click SET HOME OFFSETS in the control menu to finalize the calibration. 'Offsets applied' should now appear on the information screen. If so, continue to the next chapter!

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Criado/Created: 04-02-2020 [10:27]

Última actualização/Last updated: 04-10-2021 [16:21]


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