Both are implementations of exactly the same concept, even up to the units of the tuning constant being seconds (mm/(mm/s)). The difference is in the implementation details, and particularly how they deal with a mathematically and physically nasty/demanding part of the concept.
In order to compensate for pressure making the filament/filament-path behave like ...
So I've been trying to fix that problem and I've managed to do it. I have tightened the X axis belt and went through all configuration files on https://teachingtechyt.github.io, that fixed my problem. Thank you for helping me to solve this issue.
If you check TH3D's site, as of January 12, 2022, there's an updated Unified 2 firmware(Unified 2.36a) that is meant to correct this problem.
Announcement is here: Unified 2.36a is now live! | Firmware Update
Disable ABL fade height by default
Fix EZBoard V2 DIY Config Driver Type Setting
Update URLs in config files ...
Are you using Creality's pre-built software?
In that case, you must connect the two pins to the BLTouch port. Altogether, you would have all five wires connected there.
Are you using your own Marlin build?
In that case, you must uncomment #define Z_MIN_PROBE_USES_Z_MIN_ENDSTOP_PIN in order to plug in those two wires into the Z end stop connector. Otherwise, ...
There are a few probable causes I can think of based on your description. That it only starts happening after the printer has been running for a bit makes me think it's a heat issue.
The first problem I'd check out is that extruder motor getting that hot. It should be warm, but not so hot it's uncomfortable to hold. Either the stepper is defective, or you ...
The print is not rotated at all on the print bed, the OctoPrint image is exactly the same as the image of SuperSlicer.
What you see is the skirt being printed misleading you into thinking the whole print is rotated! As the rectangles in the corners are aligned in the middle of the rectangles, the skirt is made of 4 skew lines.
If this print prints outside of ...
I noticed that the motor is getting pretty hot.
That's not normal. Replacement motors are cheap and easy to find, so I'd swap out the motor before doing anything else. If the new one also heats up the same way, there might be a problem with the main board, but I'll bet a new motor will solve the problem.
You need to check the X gantry, the Ender design is flawed by using a single Z screw on one side. Please check the rollers and check the belt tension. All the leveling graphs show that the bed is lower on the right side (or the gantry higher), it could be that the rollers on the right post (when facing the printer) are causing the right side to be lower.