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Moto Skwid
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How to resume set up after an issue

Hey all, 

Cant believe I can not find a link to resolve this.  How do I resume setup after a failed setup???? When I got to the tool head calibration I mistakenly removed the print sheet before I was supposed to "I guess" I kind of lost track of the step on my iPad.   The 1st head calibration failed because I had not installed the calibration pin yet so it failed.  SO was not sure what to do because it did not prompt to restart the calibration setup,  did not know what to do so I power cycled the machine expecting when I booted back up the setup would just resume itself.  BUT it does not it just boots into the standard menu.  It's actually kind of lame it did not resume setup, and that was very unexpected, so now Im not sure how to finish setup. 

How do I proceed to finish tool head calibration and any other setup that is supposed to be done after that? BTW: Im on a 2 head machine, the other 3 are on their way. 

Posted : 02/03/2024 10:31 pm
Moto Skwid
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Topic starter answered:
RE: How to resume set up after an issue

Im going to up update this myself in case anyone else has this issue.  Just chatted with support and the resolution is to just go into the menu (control, calibrations & tests, then resume by selecting the item in this case calibrations that dose not have a check mark on it.  It will proceed to do the calibrations as if you just started the wizard.  

Posted : 03/03/2024 12:50 am
BaconFase
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RE: How to resume set up after an issue

From the main screen select "Control", then at/near the bottom "Calibrations & Tests." You'll get a list of all the calibration tests that need to be completed before you can start a print.

IIRC, when you try to start a print you'll automatically get prompted to finish calibration if any of them are not yet checked off.

 

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Posted : 03/03/2024 5:14 am
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