The prints I made weren’t straight.
The surface is wobbling.
I’ve checked the tension of the belts and the pulley’s
I’ve tried several things as with pla and abs with different temperatures but I didn’t get it right.
I hope you have some useful suggestions
The problem that you describe comes from a design defect of the printer, they knew the problem but will make all not to exchange you your defective printer.
I'm getting the same problem.
I've recently tried to print the peristaltic pump made from the classic planetary gears print on Thingiverse. In the end I always get a part that destroys itself when I turn the gears because the layers are not concentric. I'm also getting crazy random layer offsets in some parts with more straightforward geometry.
I see that even after so long this machine keeps giving its users the same damn problems. Leapfrog erased all the complaints from the old forum yet they keep coming back...
Thanks for the replies, where can I find the firmware?
Or most I contact support?
This can also be due to overheating of the X axis motor. Check the temperature. When it begins missing steps, you will see a drift either to the left or right.
Please request a firmware download via the Ticket System