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How to insert the values after bed leveling

Hi,

I have used a dial indicator in order to know how the surface of the 3d print plate was. After knowing the values, the plate seems to be curved but I don't want to fix it. I think it is better to insert the values obtained and its coordinates in the EEPROM. In fact , I have read that other printers has a z-probe that with a G29 function does it. Do you know how I can use my values in the BoXZY?

By the way, these are my values (horitzontal lines Yaxis):

-0,04 -0,06 -0,08 -0,1 -0,11 -0,1 -0,1

-0,09 -0,11 -0,13 -0,15 -0,16 -0,15 -0,15

-0,11 -0,13 -0,16 -0,18 -0,19 -0,18 -0,18

-0,1 -0,11 -0,15 -0,16 -0,18 -0,17 -0,16

-0,07 -0,08 -0,12 -0,13 -0,15 -0,14 -0,15

0,01 -0,01 -0,05 -0,06 -0,08 -0,06 -0,07

0,07 0,06 0,02 0 0 0 -0,01 0

Thanks in advance!

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There is bed compensation programming in the firmware, but it is not enabled or configured (read: big job). The simplest solution would be to place a piece of borosilicate glass (such as is linked to below) over the build plate and use binder clips to hold it in place. This gives a near flawless print surface. Just tape per normal, but remember to reset your nozzle height if you decide to do it, due to the increased platform thickness.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0141RFKZ...

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It's now 2019, any progress on this feature? It is actually very valuable., especially for CNCing PCBs.

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