BLTouch : Auto Bed Leveling Sensor / To be a Premium 3D Printer (With 1M Extension Cable Set)

Main functions and controls of BLTouch are same as usual auto bed leveling sensor, consists of RC servo and micro switch. Thus, BLTouch can be applied on almost every board. BLTouch fulfilled simple structure and high precision by using progressively designed solenoid and hall sensor, and aimed user convenience and enjoyable printing by adding many smart functions, self-test, alarm, alarm release, test mode for M119. – Simple BLTouch can be easily applied, since it has a small and simple structure. – Smart [Self-test]: The push pin is operated three times to test when the power is on [Alarm]: The LED light blinks if a problem found on a self-test or on an operation – High-precision BLTouch’s Standard Deviation in repeatability is around 0.005mm, at that precise. Includes 1 Meter extension cable set. No soldering required!

Product Features

  • BLTouch is an auto leveling sensor for 3D Printers based on open-source.
  • Simple, Smart, High-precision.
  • It could work with any kinds of bed materials, such as glasses, woods, metals, and so on.
  • This variation includes solder less extension cables. These plug into the original connections and extend them one meter.

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2 thoughts on “BLTouch : Auto Bed Leveling Sensor / To be a Premium 3D Printer (With 1M Extension Cable Set)”

  1. Really useful and nice not having to level the bed anymore This was my first attempt at using a self leveling system. Since other leveling systems required a metal bed or using a servo extension arm, I was not really interested until I saw this. I print on glass and it helped me so I didnt need to level so often. But still leveling is always a pain and so I was constantly trying to find ways to minimize its need. I have so far done only a handful of small prints but it is working nicely on my RAMPS setup. You will definitely need to mess with the…

  2. This is a great little sensor This is a great little sensor. It’s easily integrated with firmware (Marlin, at least) and it has resulted in a marked improvement in my first layer consistency since I’ve installed it. Manufacturer documentation is a bit terse in places, but all of the needed dimensions and other information are there to design a mount for whatever your application. I designed one for use with the Flexion extruder system, now published on Thingiverse as thing 2668942.Using Marlin’s built-in probe…

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