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The first problem is solved by removing the tick mark at Origin at center. Most printers have their origin at a corner (not Delta's, their origin is in the top center). The second problem is a little more difficult to solve. Please note that a kit should be loaded with preset values that should be fair enough to print, your picture does not appear to print ...


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Fix was actually pretty simple. I just removed the printer that I had setup on CURA following the manual provided by Creality (found on the provided SD Card) and started from scratch. The one that worked was actually setting up the printer as a Creality CR-10 and then just changing the XYZ dimensions. This setup has the Origin at Center option unchecked as ...


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I change the stepper driver and that helped. One of the stepper driver was default.


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Apparently your 3D printer runs Marlin firmware. Marlin firmware default code has build in protection against extrusion below a certain temperature (usually 170°C) as defined in the printer configuration: // *** IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO LEAVE THIS OPTION ENABLED! *** #define PREVENT_COLD_EXTRUSION #define EXTRUDE_MINTEMP 170 Are you sure that it heats ...


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Moving a printer would most likely affect the hardware rather that the software. Unless you have tinkered with the software over USB or loaded an unknown G-code file over SD card that has embedded G-code commands that change your settings. The most likely solution is that the printer or parts of the printer shifted as such that the printer is not aligned ...


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Dude, you're absolutely not crazy, I almost put the entire thing back in the box when I realized I'd have to void the warranty just to finish putting together my printer but I wound up boring out the holes a bit closer to the edges of the extruder and assembling it all the same, it works wonderfully now that I have it attached.


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Your request appears to be "another set of eyes" and I'll add to that by adding another photo: If you compare the photo from the official store you can see the gap between the mounting screw and the body of the extruder assembly is obviously wider in the official photo. On the plus side, the extruder mount is not something that would be considered system ...


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From the photo on their website, it looks like you are orienting it correctly. Here is a photo to confirm the orientation. Note: I added this as an answer so I could share the photo


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