I just in the finishing process of my build.
I want a reliable machine. ( build my own cnc's since ca 2000). I'm in 3D printing since ca 2017.
Based on a Kickstarter all metal delta. Lots of modifications, but never happy. Finally the swap to klipper made them remarkable better.
As soon as my voron is fine I will finallize the remaining two deltas to state of the art status, and then give them away.
I wan't to have my voron beeing as reliable as possible, will not push speed to the limits. And I like it, not yet very good tuned, already. PRINTS RELIABLE.
As I have alread tested all kind of probing before, inductive stays for me the easiest.
Light and capacitive based is too sensible, air is to complex.
And I'm not a fan of mechanical probing, all kind of piezo based needs a certain speed = equals to mechanical stress.
On the first look tap seemed good, but I disslike the moving of the head and also you have to have a compromize between noozle force and head stability.
With nowadays metal based flexible plates, I think inductive is good enough.
I might ou myself here, but I also think that the often discussed measuring of accuracy in thousants of a mm ( thats if presision of probe is set to standard 0.0075 )
is a little bit self cheating. I doubt that most people can see a difference of first layer between 0.2 and 0.3.
And yes, I want to print functional parts with an acceptable accuracy, and not any art's stuff.