I’ve bought X1C 3-4 of weeks ago and been loving it. Last week I had some issues with layer shift after “first layer inspection” out of blue. I had removed some dust cover mods that I installed (even though they were not related to this) and re-tensioned the belts following the Bambu Lab guide. I have solved the layer shift after “first layer inspection” but now I feel like my Y home position is slightly off than what I used to have.
As you can see on the first picture, the line on the up-right is almost at the end of the plate. There is no gap between the end of plate and the line. Almost printing out of the plate.
Also when I was writing this I noticed a slight angle between 3d printed line at lower position and the 2d printed line on the plate. There is a 0.5 mm difference between the ends of the 2d printed line on the plate and 3d printed line. I believe it would be higher if the 2d printed line on the plate went all the way to the left of plate. I suspect since this line is straight X axis movement in the g-code, there might me a little bit skew. Is there any way to compensate this?
When I check the Bambu Studio or OrcaSlicer I see a little bit gap between the line and end of the plate. but I can’t check the dimension of the gap since there is no measurement tool.
You can see from the photos below that there is nothing that blocks the Y axis movement when homing. The printer is stripped down to stock there isn’t any mod right now.
I am lost at the moment. Am I overthinking that Y axis is not homing correctly or have you seen the slight shift in the y home position.
Can you help me?
Thank you in advance.