I have printed a number of parts so far and I just barely printed one that had the shifting problem. It shifted in three different spots in X direction. The shifts were not all in the same direction. I too am using Cura to slice and my suspicion is that it has faster speeds configured and that it causing it to loose sync at times during the print.
@whimsycwd, could you tell us what the acceptable fastest printing and rapid movement speeds are for the SnapMaker?
I’m currently reprinting the same part again to see if it looses sync in the same spots or different ones. I was using 80mm/s as a print speed and 150mm/s travel.
I also hear a clicking when it does rapid moves sometimes which I believe the print head is catching the print support parts and that’s what is causing the clicking. I guess potentially if it were to catch in a more serious way that it could cause the axis to miss a few steps and cause the shift. That could be avoided by configuring it to to a Z lift before rapid movements.