I built a table for my x-carve and had a friend help me lift the whole machine up onto the thing. I am guessing he pulled one of the Y-axis end plates upward when trying to pick it up.
My table isn’t flawlessly level, but I didn’t think a little dip would throw the whole thing off since I did all the screws tightly, but I suppose I’ll go and put it on a piece of MDF just to ensure that’s not the issue.
What can I do about squaring/leveling all this stuff off? I’m really upset because I almost ruined my day’s work with it. I don’t know if there’s some steps I can take to cover all my bases here, but I’d love some input - especially if anyone else has experienced this. The z-axis is the one being affected, but mechanically speaking, I think this is a Y-axis issue.
On a positive note, I have a nice big work space and the programming has finally been perfected along with nice new, evenly tensioned belts, so I’m getting great cuts
Any help appreciated! I feel like I’m almost problem free now, if I can just learn how to square all this off then I can really start working.