Completed my Axis build, other than all the "manufacturing & shipping oops" I had to deal with: LCD cable plug notches backwards, hot end cables too short, eccentric instead of fixed guide for Z-axis sent, power plug nut pretty much stripped the plastic power plug right away... everything but one thing seems to be working well. Er, also blue knob and/or screen seems to be locked up while printing my first print.
Main concern I have is that the Heated Bed can't seem to accept a setting above 45-degrees Celsius. I thought it was just Pronterface/printrun. The terminal session would say Setting Bed Temp to 60c ... but the status line on the left under the XYZ controls would say 45.00 degrees. It would hold steady at 45.00/45.00 as well. I can't see that I've done anything wrong, line 417 in Arduino IDE is "#define TEMP_SENSOR_BED 1" was already there and I didn't change it. Looking for "BED" in the IDE, I see this on line 461: "#define BED_MAXTEMP 55" - I'm not sure if that is degrees, or a percentage or a number out of 255 or what... but it isn't 45, so I don't think that is it either. Any ideas?
Benchy first print from SD-Card also said 45-degrees Celsius even. I can't get back to the info screen either. Benhcy has been printing for about 25-minutes so far (looking good), but turning the blue knob or pressing it does nothing. Just sitting on the "Info Screen up arrows", then Pause Print, then Stop Print, then Tune... but pressing or turning the blue knob does nothing. I disconnected my laptop before starting the print.
Benchy finished up, definite "waviness" on the cabin wall, assuming I should try to make things "tighter" but not sure how to do that and actually have them moveable. After the print was complete the knob control and screen became unlocked again.
Glad the build mostly worked. My first 3D printer build. We got a Prusa i3 MK3S as well a couple weeks ago, but that was pre-assembled, that's what printed the fan shroud.