In first work problems, my 3d printer needs tuning after some surface changes in my print bed. It is acting drunk right now when it tries to keep a steady temperature:
I've got some sort of problem in my 3d printer with the bed leveling probe, which is a proximity probe the printer uses to figure out how hight the print head is from the print bed.
It is probably a wiring problem; wiring is by far my weakest skill in playing with 3d printers. I probably have some dodgy tiny wiring problem in a solder joint or a splitter cable. I figure after 2 years by
When I first built the printer I had some trouble with probing. I thought it was a problem with the probe or my setup but it was the particular bed surface.
Anyway I have a spare probe and also found a supplier of a splitter cable I need, so one of those things is likely to fix my problem. I'll start with the splitter cable change, from my dodgy part which is a three way solder of three cables to a professionally assembled one without any soldered wires.
A guide about the splitting and which wire goes which way is here, along with some Marlin config things.
Cloned Prusa PINDA 2 probe.
I fixed a problem with my 3d printer, a bad wire to a heat sensor.
The first print list item is a weird little tool for a mountain bike wheel that seats an end cap.
Second item is a replacement part cooling duct thing. This one seems fine: