Octoprint does not follow Z offset from board. It will either start at a random height or decide to cut a groove into the glass bed. I have tried to manually offset this before, after and during prints and the results are always the same.... Printing from printer interface, no problem, Printing from Octoprint through serial, it does not collect the Z offset and begins on its merry way either slamming into the glass or printing a few mm above which is entirely useless.
What did you already try to solve it?
Googling, Praying to gods, Scouring youtube of content creators who explain absolutley nothing. ive got a level bed, please dont suggest "leveling my bed"
Have you tried running in safe mode?
I dont think there is a safemode for this....
Did running in safe mode solve the problem?
Additional information about your setup
I am using an Ender 5 plus. The only upgrades ive made are swapping out the springs to the silicont stubs (it does work better), extruder mechanism has been changed from plastic to metal so it actually outputs material instead of clicking... and the nozzel has been switched to 0.6 both in software and reality. I am in need of genuine help here, im out of my depth at trying to figure this out.