I received my Bean 3D a few weeks ago. I followed the quick setup guide and successfully printed the Rook test file. However, on this first print when the Bean went to the Home position I heard a “cracking” noise when it reached the Home position and it scared me at first because I thought that it had cracked the LCD, but it seemed ok and the Rook printed perfectly.
When the print was finished I removed the resin tank and everything seemed ok. I thought it might be a good idea to check the Z home position so I followed the instructions from the official Bean Z video. After replacing the resin tank I had the software go to the Home position, but when it did the whole machine began to vibrate as it seems that it was still trying to move the Z down but had reached it maximum physical position.
What’s going on? Is this a software bug? Is the video out of date and there’s a better method to set the Home Z?