FaultyLine wrote: ↑Oct 28, 2018 8:29 pmI think you are asking 3 things here...
1) Does adjusting the Live Z-Height from -500 to -600 result in the hot end getting closer to the bed<= yes, this is correct
2) Does adjusting the Live Z-Height from -500 to -400 result in the hot end getting further from the bed<= yes this is correct
3) Is "V6" of the live-z-adjust downloads the latest version. <= yes.
I am not sure I agree with the below info. Moving the live z number more negative (eg from <500> to <525>) moves the nozzle closer to the bed and squishes the filament more or it should. Moving the live z number more positive or less negative (eg from <500> to <475>) moves the nozzle farther away from the thread and less squishes to the filament. Or it should.
I am sure that with my printer a more negative number moves the nozzle closer to the bed and a less negative number moves the nozzle away from the bed. This also corresponds with the Knowledge base information under support. https://help.prusa3d.com/l/en/article/Z ... e-adjust-z.
I am not doubting you if you are saying that is what happens, but are you sure that is what your printer does? I cannot find it right now, but there was a post either earlier in the thread (or in another thread) where someone said the same thing as below (more negative moves nozzle away from the bed) which runs counter to other information earlier in the thread. I thought there was something with their wiring being backwards or something that caused it. Again do not quote me on that i am not 100% sure. I will look for it and if anyone has more info about that it would be helpful.
I have a Prusa i3 MK2.5 (recently upgraded) and my printer does the opposite of yours. if I go from -500 to -1000 then my hot end moves away from the bed (it goes UP), which results in a less "squished" line that's thicker in the "Z" axis. If I were to adjust it from -500 to 0 my hot end would move closer to the bed, which results in a very squished line that is very thin in the "Z" axis but would be very wide in either X or Y axis's.
My understanding is that V6 is the latest version of these test patterns.
Hope that helps.