I think my extrution is off?

PLA worked out well but had many issue with ABS. Looks like maybe over extrusion. I ran g code to spit out 10 mm and it ejected 165mm ? I attempted to fix that but not it does not print. I put the settings back, I’m not sure what my problem is?

These are my current settings

echo:; Linear Units:
G21 ; (mm)
echo:; Temperature Units:
echo: M149 C ; Units in Celsius
echo:; Filament settings (Disabled):
echo: M200 S0 D1.75
echo:; Steps per unit:
echo: M92 X80.00 Y80.00 Z800.00 E691.50
echo:; Max feedrates (units/s):
echo: M203 X500.00 Y500.00 Z10.00 E20000.00
echo:; Max Acceleration (units/s2):
echo: M201 X2000.00 Y2000.00 Z100.00 E5000.00
echo:; Acceleration (units/s2) (P R T):
echo: M204 P1000.00 R3000.00 T1000.00
echo:; Advanced (B<min_segment_time_us> S<min_feedrate> T<min_travel_feedrate> X<max_x_jerk> Y<max_y_jerk> Z<max_z_jerk> E<max_e_jerk>):
echo: M205 B20000.00 S0.00 T0.00 X5.00 Y5.00 Z0.40 E4000.00
echo:; Home offset:
echo: M206 X0.00 Y0.00 Z0.00
echo:; Auto Bed Leveling:
echo: M420 S1 Z20.00 ; Leveling ON
echo: G29 W I0 J0 Z-0.32240
echo: G29 W I1 J0 Z-0.21490
echo: G29 W I2 J0 Z-0.10365
echo: G29 W I3 J0 Z-0.09240
echo: G29 W I4 J0 Z-0.20365
echo: G29 W I0 J1 Z-0.07865
echo: G29 W I1 J1 Z-0.01490
echo: G29 W I2 J1 Z0.08385
echo: G29 W I3 J1 Z0.09510
echo: G29 W I4 J1 Z0.02010
echo: G29 W I0 J2 Z-0.00740
echo: G29 W I1 J2 Z0.07385
echo: G29 W I2 J2 Z0.18010
echo: G29 W I3 J2 Z0.21010
echo: G29 W I4 J2 Z0.13510
echo: G29 W I0 J3 Z-0.10115
echo: G29 W I1 J3 Z-0.01615
echo: G29 W I2 J3 Z0.11135
echo: G29 W I3 J3 Z0.18510
echo: G29 W I4 J3 Z0.12385
echo: G29 W I0 J4 Z-0.32365
echo: G29 W I1 J4 Z-0.15615
echo: G29 W I2 J4 Z0.00760
echo: G29 W I3 J4 Z0.09635
echo: G29 W I4 J4 Z0.02760
echo:; Material heatup parameters:
echo: M145 S0 H195.00 B60.00 F0
echo: M145 S1 H240.00 B80.00 F0
echo:; Hotend PID:
echo: M301 P15.66 I1.49 D41.96
echo:; Bed PID:
echo:echo: M304 P186.38 I36.12 D637.30
echo:; User thermistors:
echo: M305 P0 R4700.0 T94162.0 B4160.0 C0.000000000 ; HOTEND 0
echo:; LCD Brightness:
echo: M256 B250
echo:; Power-loss recovery:
echo: M413 S1 ; ON
echo:; Z-Probe Offset:
echo: M851 X25.00 Y-25.00 Z-1.52 ; (mm)
echo:; Stepper driver current:
echo: M906 X820 Y880 Z800
echo: M906 T0 E550
echo:; Hybrid Threshold:
echo: M913 X253 Y253 Z61
echo: M913 T0 E81
echo:; StallGuard threshold:
echo: M914 X86 Y110
echo:; Driver stepping mode:
echo: M569 S1 X Y Z
echo: M569 S1 T0 E
echo:; Linear Advance:
echo: M900 K0.03
echo:; Filament load/unload:
echo: M603 L0.00 U50.00 ; (mm)
echo:; Filament runout sensor:
echo: M412 S1 ; Sensor ON

I saw this reply

and did a compare. All of my g29 codes are not the same, is that ok?

also my M203
is X500.00 Y500.00 Z10.00 E20000.00
X500.00 Y500.00 Z10.00 E50.00

and my M205 iB20000.00 S0.00 T0.00 X5.00 Y5.00 Z0.40 E4000.00
B20000.00 S0.00 T0.00 X5.00 Y5.00 Z0.40 E10.00

that is wrong right?

Without the current g-code it is impossible to analyse what exactly went wrong.

SV06 Plus firmware source code seems to be not available, however, in comparison to SV06 Marlin FW default settings it seems that your M203 / M205 settings for the extruder are definitely wrong.
SV06 default settings:
M203 E-axis max feedrate (mm/s): 30
M205 E max jerk (units/s): 10

You may want to try these settings & save after a successful test.

The G29 data is the measured 5x5 grid of your printbed. This is allright - besides from the fact that this indicates a huge maximum printbed difference of 0.5325 mm…

how do I translate what you said to g code? I’m not sure I get that immediacy.
do you mean
X500.00 Y500.00 Z10.00 E30
M205 iB20000.00 S0.00 T0.00 X5.00 Y5.00 Z0.40 E10

this is improved everything. Are these settings per device you think, or general? It is still not right but so much better.

Marlin g-code commands are documented here: M203 / M205.

You could either connect your SV06 plus via USB cable & enter g-code commands manually by using tools like pronterface
edit a .gcode file with a simple text-editor by adding the g-code commands at the beginning of the file (ijaaz’ SV06+ settings should be fine)
M203 X500.00 Y500.00 Z10.00 E50.00 ; set feedrate
M205 B20000.00 S0.00 T0.00 X5.00 Y5.00 Z0.40 E10.00 ; set max jerk

Use M500 to save.

Ok yeah, I was using pronterface. I will change the 30 to a 50 as that was the only difference.

but I think I see an issue, the fan is lower on the left side and hitting my model. I took the head apart and there is no adjustment for this The only fix I see is a bench grinder :x

EDIT: I put in the settings and took 1mm off the left side, and my issues are gone for the moment. Going to make a few more prints. I wonder why my unit came like that?

(sorry had to create a new account, my other one is strangely become locked?)
– please don’t lock my account, this is the only place I can get support. All other means are over a days wait. I didn’t pay $300 on this to be blocked and cut off. If you do not like my attitude fix support–

It seems to be too late, but if that issue comes up again you may want to prefer screwing out the nozzle of the heat block a bit & turning in the heat break on the other side instead of cutting off printer parts. Adjust the Z-offset aftwards.

I looked for something like that, can you find an image and point to the setting?

Interesting now, going back to PLA after making ABS work. I get this

Could either of those printer config adjustments do this? If I remember correctly this is under extrusion, the opposite I just had? I did not change any cura settings for PLA

retraction is .5 / 30mm so cant go much lower.

This is documented in the user manual - page 15…

I must have missed this memo, user manual? I got some cheap get ready pamphlet. Page 15 only talks about leveling. Thx I will look on line for this user manual.

Hmm, This is the same manual it came with… I have done my leveling many times, not sure how that relates to the setting for under extrusion?

On a promising note It may have been going from ABS to PLA, second print was much better. Maybe the nozzle was just a bit dirty.

I looked for something like that, can you find an image and point to the setting?

The answer to that question is on page 15 of the user manual. The leveling setting is for the Z-offset I mentioned above.

Splitting your questions in separate threads might help to avoid such confusion.

Ok, no the nozzle height is good. It was the fan that was mounted on a 3 degree angle. Because of that the fan was very close to the part and clipping it. I could not fix the fan to be parallel with the head block. In the image you can see the fan is not set right.

My part fan is also at that same angle but it doesn’t drag on the parts.