I use various print surface, so the height has to be adjusted every time.
It would be good if the Z-stop switch is moved to above the actual print surface so that it automatically adjusts for the difference in plate thickness. Right now, it measures Z-height of the bottom of the plate which does not take the actual surface thickness into account. That would be OK for printers with non-removable bed surface, but not for Raise3D.
Moving the switch would be a relatively easy hardware change and it can be retrofit.
Auto-level would solve the problem as well, but it is not necessary for a rigidly-built printer.
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