So I have a problem that I absolutely cannot solve. I think it might be tied to the leveling of the bed. I cannot get my first layer to stick anymore.
I have an ender3 with silent board and CR Touch. I had everything setup correctly and I changed the bed springs. I decided to try Bed Visualizer after to help me with leveling. Now I can't figure out whats happening.
I have my XY Offsets at -46 and -6 based on the measurements I took. I put them in based on the controls on the printer. I verified those by checking the 851 command on the terminal in octopi.
My ZOffset was set by homing the printer and then slowly lowering the nozzle until a piece of paper is tight but not too snug. It was -0.65. I set the Z Offset and saved. Now when I home it raises the to Z10.65 instead of Z10.
I ran the bed visualizer and its really level according to the photo. Problem is that it probes incorrectly. Probe point 1/9 is barely on the bed but the display shows it as X56. Probes 3, 6, and 9 show it as X235 but its not even really near the right side of the bed. Clearly its thinks its probing certain spots but its not really correct.
When I slice in Cura, I was setting ZOff and the object would be centered. When I print, it prints way off. I moved the object in Cura -46 and -6 and Cura shows it at those coordinates but when I print, it would be dead centered. I tried it with the XY OFF set in cura but someone suggested removing those because I don't need it. As long as my firmware has it, its good. I thought that would correct everything but my first layer still sucks. The rest of the print is fine but the first layer is not doing what it should. I have slowed down the first layer, raised bed temp, raised nozzle temp. It still looks exactly the same.
Somewhere along the lines, the bed size got thrown off and something thinks the beds size is way different. Nevermind the CR Touch to Nozzle. The entire bed is way off. How do I tell the bed visualizer where exactly the probe points are and that my bed is 235x235 but print area is 220x220?