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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps and stock EEPROM setting. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps, along with sharing the fundemental concerns when looking for a solution.
 
The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. In most cases, after break-in, you can even increase them. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate than the stock ones and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and it is likely that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
 
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficult and cause even more stress than honeycombhoneycomb, as motor torque reduces nearly exponentially as speed increases.
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficult and cause even more stress than honeycombhoneycomb, as motor torque reduces nearly exponentially as speed increases.

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps and stock EEPROM setting. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps, along with sharing the fundemental concerns when looking for a solution.
Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps and stock EEPROM setting. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps, along with sharing the fundemental concerns when looking for a solution.
 
The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. In most cases, after break-in, you can even increase them. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate than the stock droverdones and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and it is likely that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. In most cases, after break-in, you can even increase them. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate than the stock droverdones and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and it is likely that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
 
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficult and cause even more stress than honeycomb.

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed stepssteps and stock EEPROM setting. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps. Thesteps, along with sharing the fundemental concerns when looking for a solution.

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fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. In most cases, after break-in, you can even increase them. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate than the stock droverd and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible (if not very likely)it is likely that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed stepssteps and stock EEPROM setting. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps. Thesteps, along with sharing the fundemental concerns when looking for a solution.

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fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. In most cases, after break-in, you can even increase them. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate than the stock droverd and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible (if not very likely)it is likely that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
 
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficult and cause even more stress than honeycomb.

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps. The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible (if not very likely) that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
 
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficultdifficult and cause even more stress than honeycomb.
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficultdifficult and cause even more stress than honeycomb.

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps. The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible (if not very likely) that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
 
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficult.
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds. Any infill with arcs are the most difficult.

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps. The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible (if not very likely) that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
 
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similatsimilar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds.
Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similatsimilar requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds.

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps. The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible (if not very likely) that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?

Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similat requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds.
Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue. BoXZYs are running all day, constantly, in non air conditioned facilities with no missed steps. I just wanted to share that there are limits, and many causes of missed steps. The fans in BoXZY provide far above adequate cooling so that they work well in a large variety of circumstances. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings if the machines components are installed properly and lubed. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible (if not very likely) that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the X and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?

Just to add another note, using linear infill instead of a geometric style infill (such as honeycomb) will dramatically reduce the likelihood of missed steps. Honeycomb or similat requires acceleration and deceleration to occur extremely often and at very high speeds.

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue,issue. BoXZYs are constantly running all dayday, constantly, in non air conditionerconditioned facilities with no missed steps and no problemssteps. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings eitherif the machines components are installed properly and lubed. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the ZX and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?
Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue,issue. BoXZYs are constantly running all dayday, constantly, in non air conditionerconditioned facilities with no missed steps and no problemssteps. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings eitherif the machines components are installed properly and lubed. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the ZX and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?

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Im happy to help! You shouldn't need to do anything dramatic to resolve the issue, BoXZYs are constantly running all day in non air conditioner facilities with no missed steps and no problems. You also should not need to reduce acceleration below factory settings either. However, the drivers you are using traditionally run at a much higher microsteppong rate and that is usually the biggest issue with those drivers. BoXZY, as it comes, is set to the highest microstepping they were able to achieve reliably from the factory with the 2560 processor  (maximum speed of processing achievable within spec), and so it's possible that is the issue. Could you tell me what your steps per mm are in the Z and Y axis and what your XY jerk is set to?

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