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[title] Leveling the Platform: part 2
[* green] While the 3D Printing HeadAttachment is still locked into the mountmount, ''pull ''the Business Cardbusiness card out from underneath the Nozzle. The Nozzlenozzle. This should create a ''slight'' mark on the Business Cardbusiness card. Label this mark '''"Back"'''Back"'''.
[* green] While the 3D Printing HeadAttachment is still locked into the mountmount, ''pull ''the Business Cardbusiness card out from underneath the Nozzle. The Nozzlenozzle. This should create a ''slight'' mark on the Business Cardbusiness card. Label this mark '''"Back"'''Back"'''.
[* orange] Send your 3D Printing Head to the ''Front Left'' corner of your BoXZY. The Gode is: ''' G1 X165 Y1'''
[* yellow] Slide your your business card under the Nozzlenozzle again, using a 3mm allenAllen key wrench to raise or lower the bolt in that same corner, as seen in the first image. Adjust this bolt until the mark on the business card matches the first one in depth. Label it '''"Left"'''
[* yellow] Slide your your business card under the Nozzlenozzle again, using a 3mm allenAllen key wrench to raise or lower the bolt in that same corner, as seen in the first image. Adjust this bolt until the mark on the business card matches the first one in depth. Label it '''"Left"'''
[* black] Repeat this step for the ''Front Right ''corner of your BoXZY: The Gcode is: '''G1 X165 Y165'''
[* icon_note] There should now be 3 marks on the business card that match in depth for ''front'', ''left,'' and ''right''
[* red] Return to the very first leveling step and repeat this process, including removing and re-inserting the attachment. It is important you complete this entire process a minimum of 2 times. Once this is done you have completed the leveling process
[* icon_reminder] You will need to remove the Leveling Platform and apply a printing surface (prints will not ahere directly to metal). We recommend masking tape or Kapton Tape. An example can be seen in the 3rd image. BuildTak is one purpose made option