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  • Extrusion multiplier calibration

    Extrusion multiplier calibration

    This is an advanced calibration, recommended only to experienced users. The Extrusion Multiplier allows the fine-tuning of the extrusion flow rate - simply described as how much filament comes out of the nozzle. In ...

  • Bed Level Correction

    Bed Level Correction

    This calibration is for advanced users only! Together with the Mesh Bed Leveling, the Bed Level Correction is an important feature designed to allow users to compensate for even the slightest ...

  • Linear Advance

    Linear Advance

    This is an advanced calibration, recommended only to experienced users. Linear Advance (LA) is a technology that predicts the pressure build-up in the extruder when printing at higher speeds. The firmware of the ...

  • Extruder linearity correction calibration

    Extruder linearity correction calibration

    This is an advanced calibration, recommended only to experienced users. This calibration only works on the firmware version 3.2.0 or newer and only works on the Original Prusa MK3 and MK3S, due to ...

  • PID tuning

    PID tuning

    PID tuning is a calibration procedure that ensures the printer holds a stable target temperature at all times. PID (Proportional Integral Derivate) is used on the Original Prusa printers to ...

  • Squaring your MINI

    Squaring your MINI

    During transport, assembly, or maintenance (like adjusting the belt tension) the printer can become slightly skewed, where one axis may not be perpendicular (90-degree angle) to another. The firmware compensates ...

  • Manual temperature calibration

    Manual temperature calibration

    The following procedure is extracted from our Github. Manual temperature calibration procedure: Disable temperature calibration by the M861 Z gcode. This will store zero offsets to EEPROM for all PINDA sensor temperatures ...

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