Motorized Bed Level Correction with 4 Independent Z Screws?
I've been reading through the z-probing guide to get auto bed leveling to work. So far I've made good progress, and have successfully ran a G32 using the nxn grid method, and the software correction of rotation. However I would like to use the mechanical motorized bed leveling, because as far as I understand, the software correction will correct mid print but won't actually adjust the level of the bed outside of that mid print context. However, the guide on motorized correction says it needs a bed fixed on 3 points which 2 have a motor to change the height. The bed I'm using has 4 independent z screws, each with a motor, so I don't understand if there's a way to adapt the instructions I read to my setup or not.