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These are the instructions for the SO1 and are here for historical reasons only.
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If you are building an SO2, please see the instructions at http://docs.shapeoko.com/
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For an SO3, please see: [[Assembly]].
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==Intro / Overview==
 
==Intro / Overview==
[[File:Shapeoko_Cover.png|center|thumb|750px|link=https://github.com/shapeoko/ShapeOko/raw/master/Build_Instructions/individual_pages/Shapeoko_Build_Instructions_Page001.pdf|(click the picture to download the PDF file)]]
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[[File:Shapeoko_Cover.png|center|thumb|750px|link=https://github.com/shapeoko/ShapeOko/raw/master/Build_Instructions/individual_pages/Shapeoko_Build_Instructions_Cover_v1j.pdf|(click the picture to download a PDF version of that page). '''Note:''' The image above doesn't show the M5 bolts, washers or insertion nuts for the belt anchors for the X-axis.]]
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===Simple overview of the entire process. ===
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This should give you a basic idea of what tasks are involved in assembling your machine to the point that you can run the Hello World example.
  
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# Take an inventory of your [[Parts | parts]], Including the [[Electronics overview|electronic components]] (you will need them all to complete the build)
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# Verify you have all of the [[Tools|tools]] required
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# [[Painting|Painting]] the plates are optional but you will appreciate it later
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# Assemble the machine (you may need to Tap Your Makerslide extrusions)
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# Connect your [[Electronics | electronics]]
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# Install your [[Software | software]]
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# Connect to your Arduino
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# Jog Your Machine manually
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# Run [[Assembly step 16 | Hello World]]!
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# Document your Hello World on the [[Hello World]] Page!
  
 
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Wikis are great! However, sometimes it's not convenient or logistically possible to have a computer where you are doing a major mechanical assembly. In an attempt to help everyone out, we're providing a basic set of build instructions in PDF format. You can download that document [https://github.com/downloads/shapeoko/ShapeOko/Shapeoko_Build_Instructions_v1i.zip here].
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Wikis are great! They let us share our knowledge with each other, so we're going to attempt a 'hybrid' model of physical / wiki documentation.
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However, sometimes it's not convenient or logistically possible to have a computer where you are doing a major mechanical assembly. In an attempt to help everyone out, we're providing a basic set of build instructions in [https://github.com/shapeoko/ShapeOko/raw/master/Build_Instructions/Shapeoko_Build_Instructions_v1j.pdf PDF format].
  
Wikis are great because they let us share our knowledge with each other, so we're going to attempt a 'hybrid' model of physical / wiki documentation.
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==Download .pdf Link==
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You can download that document [https://github.com/shapeoko/ShapeOko/raw/master/Build_Instructions/Shapeoko_Build_Instructions_v1j.pdf here].
  
 
==Here's what we want you to do.==
 
==Here's what we want you to do.==
#Download the build instructions show above. Print them out if you wish. (but please recycle when you're done.)
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#Download the build instructions shown above. Print them out if you wish. (but please recycle when you're done.)
 
#Use the physical document to help guide you through the assembly.
 
#Use the physical document to help guide you through the assembly.
 
#As you come across questions or problems do two things:
 
#As you come across questions or problems do two things:
 
##Check the wiki for your answer. There is a link on the left side of the page that corresponds to each step in the process.
 
##Check the wiki for your answer. There is a link on the left side of the page that corresponds to each step in the process.
##If you can't find your answer on the wiki, ask it in the forum (we've very responsive!)
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##If you can't find your answer on the wiki, ask it in the forum (we're very responsive!) --- After you have found the answer you're looking for, add it to the wiki!
##After you have found the answer you're looking for, add it to the wiki!
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See how that works? It's full circle!
 
See how that works? It's full circle!
 
 
  
 
==Open Source Desktop Publishing==
 
==Open Source Desktop Publishing==
Also, if you're into technical writing, I've created the PDF document in scribus v1.4.1 and the original source is available on github under the [https://github.com/shapeoko/ShapeOko/tree/master/Build_Instructions project's repository].
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The source of the PDF instructions is in Scribus v1.4.1 and is available on github under the [https://github.com/shapeoko/ShapeOko/tree/master/Build_Instructions project's repository].
  
After we've collected enough 'updates' via the wiki, we'll roll them back into the released PDF document. Because scribus is open source software, and cross platform compatible, everyone should be able to help out if that's their cup of tea.
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Because scribus is open source software, and cross platform compatible, everyone should be able to help out if that's their cup of tea.
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==Assembly Videos==
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There's a page of these, along with some useful notes, hints and tips [[Assembly | here]].
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
''As with the rest of the pages on the wiki, please feel free to edit this one!''
 
''As with the rest of the pages on the wiki, please feel free to edit this one!''
  
For the Inventables kit batches 2 and 3, please take note that the panels are different than pictured. The batch 1 panels were painted red, which interfered with hole sizes. Batches 2 and 3 have brushed stainless steel panels.
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For the Inventables kit batches 2 and 3, please take note that the panels were different than pictured. The batch 1 panels were painted red, which interfered with hole sizes. Batches 2 and 3 have brushed stainless steel panels.
 
[[File:StainlessMotorMount.jpg|center|thumb|450px]]
 
[[File:StainlessMotorMount.jpg|center|thumb|450px]]
 
The panels have a protective film on one side that can be peeled off, and any residue left behind comes off easily with goo-gone or rubbing alcohol.
 
The panels have a protective film on one side that can be peeled off, and any residue left behind comes off easily with goo-gone or rubbing alcohol.
 
Also note that there are small nubs on the surface from the plates left over from laser cutting. They can be removed, but will not interfere with assembly or use.
 
Also note that there are small nubs on the surface from the plates left over from laser cutting. They can be removed, but will not interfere with assembly or use.
  
==Bill of Materials==
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==Major Components==
{| class="wikitable sortable" border="1"
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There are three major components as shown in the table below (the mechanical kit, the electronics (E1--5) and a spindle). For more details see a list of vendors and complete Bill of Materials at [[Purchasing]] and an in-depth discussion of each component at [[Parts]].
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{| class="wikitable"
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!Part
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!Cost
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!Picture
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!Buying options
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|-
! scope="col" | Item
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|[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Parts#ShapeOko_Assemblers_Pack Mechanical Kit]
! scope="col" | Est. Cost
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||$225
! scope="col" | Part Num.
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||[[File:Mechanical_Kit.JPG|270px]]
! scope="col" | Qty
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||Several of the parts are custom pieces which are most readily purchased from [http://www.inventables.com/technologies/cnc-mill-kits-shapeoko Inventables.com as part of a Mechanical Kit], but CAD files are available on the [[Parts]] page so that one may fabricate them.
! scope="col" | Vendor
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! scope="col" | Stock Num.
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! scope="col" width="225" | Title
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! scope="col" | Link
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||[[Electronics overview|Electronics]]
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||$158
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||[[File:E1.JPG|50px]] [[File:E2.JPG|50px]] [[File:E3.JPG|50px]] [[File:E4.JPG|50px]] [[File:E5.JPG|50px]]
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||The [[Electronics | electronics]] for a standard machine comprise 5 components:
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*[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Parts#E1 E1 - Stepper Motors]
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*[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Parts#E2 E2 - Power Supply]
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*[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Parts#E3 E3 - Stepper Drivers]
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*[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Parts#E4 E4 - Arduino (328P Compatible)]
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*[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Parts#E5 E5 - Arduino stepper shield]
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|[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Parts#T1 T1 - Spindle]
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||$30
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||[[File:T1.JPG|200px]]
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||A high-speed rotary tool is the classic choice for spindle, but there are many [[Spindle Options|other options]].
  
|1
 
|$3.38
 
|MKS01-02
 
|3
 
|buildlog.net
 
|B17002-375
 
|Makerslide Extrusion - 375mm
 
|[http://store.makerslide.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=6&products_id=7 store.makerslide.com]
 
|----
 
|6
 
|$2.00
 
|MSK01-04
 
|8
 
|buildlog.net
 
|B18001-001
 
|Eccentric Nut
 
|
 
|----
 
|9
 
|$15.00
 
|SM-E01
 
|3
 
|buildlog.net
 
|B10-10001
 
|Nema17 Stepper Motor
 
|
 
|----
 
|15
 
|$8.00
 
|MSK01-01
 
|1
 
|buildlog.net
 
|C14005
 
|Standard Carriage Plate
 
|
 
|----
 
|28
 
|$2.00
 
|MSK01-03
 
|1
 
|buildlog.net
 
|B17022-200
 
|Makerslide Extrusion - 200mm
 
|
 
|----
 
|34
 
|
 
|MSK01-05
 
|16
 
|buildlog.net
 
|
 
|V Wheel
 
|
 
|----
 
|35
 
|
 
|MSK01-07
 
|40
 
|buildlog.net
 
|BEARING_5_16_5
 
|5mm x 16mm x 5mm bearing
 
|
 
|----
 
|36
 
|
 
|MSK01-08
 
|20
 
|buildlog.net
 
|B18026
 
|Precision Washer (1mm thick)
 
|
 
|----
 
|37
 
|$2.00
 
|MSK01-06
 
|4
 
|buildlog.net
 
|B17023
 
|Smooth Idler Drum
 
|
 
|----
 
|26
 
|$5.58
 
|SM-H12
 
|1
 
|Ebay
 
|ebay
 
|Coupler
 
|
 
|----
 
|3
 
|$0.02
 
|SM-H04
 
|20
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|90592A012
 
|M5 Hex Nut
 
|
 
|----
 
|5
 
|$0.09
 
|SM-H08
 
|16
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|91290A254
 
|M5 x 30mm SHCS
 
|
 
|----
 
|7
 
|$0.02
 
|SM-H03
 
|100
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|SM-H03
 
|M5 Flat Washer
 
|
 
|----
 
|10
 
|$0.07
 
|SM-H01
 
|6
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|RSN-10_04-M
 
|"1/4"" Nylon Spacer"
 
|
 
|----
 
|12
 
|$0.04
 
|SM-H14
 
|8
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|91290A113
 
|M3 x 8mm SHCS
 
|
 
|----
 
|13
 
|$0.02
 
|SM-H15
 
|8
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|91166A210
 
|M3 Flat Washer
 
|
 
|----
 
|14
 
|$0.06
 
|SM-H07
 
|20
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|SM-H07
 
|M5 x 10mm SHCS
 
|
 
|----
 
|17
 
|$0.22
 
|SM-H09
 
|8
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|91290A264
 
|M5 x 55mm SHCS
 
|
 
|----
 
|18
 
|$0.09
 
|SM-H02
 
|18
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|94639A457
 
|"3/4"" Nylon Spacer"
 
|
 
|----
 
|20
 
|$0.27
 
|SM-M05
 
|2
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|1394A31
 
|Belt Anchor
 
|
 
|----
 
|23
 
|$0.16
 
|SM-H13
 
|2
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|91290A232
 
|M5 x 16mm SHCS
 
|
 
|----
 
|24
 
|$1.00
 
|SM-M07
 
|1
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|skate_bearing
 
|Z-Axis Bearing
 
|
 
|----
 
|25
 
|$0.05
 
|SM-H10
 
|2
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|90695A040
 
|M8 Jam Nut
 
|
 
|----
 
|27
 
|$1.00
 
|SM-H05
 
|1
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|99055A125
 
|Threaded Rod
 
|
 
|----
 
|29
 
|$0.20
 
|SM-H06
 
|3
 
|McMasterCarr
 
|91290A137
 
|M3 x 50mm SHCS
 
|
 
|----
 
|21
 
|$0.16
 
|SM-H11
 
|6
 
|Misumi
 
|HNKK5
 
|Insertion Nut
 
|
 
|----
 
|8
 
|$5.90
 
|MSK01-09
 
|2
 
|SDP-SI
 
|A 6T16M018DF6005
 
|18 Tooth Timing Pulley
 
|[https://sdp-si.com/eStore/PartDetail.asp?Opener=Group&PartID=24069&GroupID=347 sdp-si]
 
|----
 
|2
 
|$5.00
 
|SM-S01
 
|3
 
|Shapeoko
 
|SM-S01
 
|Mounting Plate
 
|
 
|----
 
|16
 
|$2.50
 
|SM-M08
 
|1
 
|Shapeoko
 
|SM-M08
 
|Delrin lead nut.
 
|
 
|----
 
|19
 
|$5.00
 
|SM-S02
 
|2
 
|Shapeoko
 
|SM-S02
 
|Front/Back Plate
 
|
 
|----
 
|22
 
|$5.00
 
|SM-S06
 
|1
 
|ShapeOko
 
|SM-S06
 
|Z-Axis Mount Plate
 
|
 
|----
 
|30
 
|$5.00
 
|SM-TM1
 
|2
 
|Shapeoko
 
|SM-TM1
 
|Spindle Mount
 
|
 
|----
 
|32
 
|$2.00
 
|SM-TM2
 
|2
 
|Shapeoko
 
|SM-TM2
 
|Spindle Strap
 
|
 
|----
 
|31
 
|$15.00
 
|SM-TM3
 
|1
 
|various
 
|Multi-tool
 
|Rotary Tool
 
|
 
|----
 
|33
 
|
 
|MDF_Base
 
|1
 
|various
 
|SM-SWB
 
|400mm x 450mm MDF
 
|
 
|----
 
 
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There are a number of other items which one will need, such as Zip ties or other fasteners, Electrical cable/wiring, some sort of [[Cable Management | cable management]] system, [[Endmills]], Material for an electronic [[Enclosures|enclosure]] and some way to cool the stepper drivers such as a fan and/or [https://www.synthetos.com/webstore/index.php/accessories/heat-sinks-kit.html heat sinks]. Please see [[Purchasing#Additional_.2F_Commodity_Items|Additional / Commodity Items]] on the [[Purchasing]] page.
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==Tools==
 
==Tools==
[http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Tools click here]
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Only a few basic tools (some Allen keys, wrenches and a pair of pliers), and one specialty tap, as detailed on the [[Tools]] page, are needed to assemble a basic machine. A soldering iron may be needed if not purchasing a complete or premium kit with pre-wired electronics.
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==Suggestion: Visit The Forum For Questions==
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Like the Wikipedia, each page in this Wiki has an associated "Discussion" page, but this feature isn't as active as the forums. You can ask and answer questions about assembly in the Assembly section of the forum http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/
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=== Next: [[Electronics overview]] ===

Latest revision as of 14:31, 1 April 2017

These are the instructions for the SO1 and are here for historical reasons only.

If you are building an SO2, please see the instructions at http://docs.shapeoko.com/

For an SO3, please see: Assembly.

Intro / Overview

(click the picture to download a PDF version of that page). Note: The image above doesn't show the M5 bolts, washers or insertion nuts for the belt anchors for the X-axis.

Simple overview of the entire process.

This should give you a basic idea of what tasks are involved in assembling your machine to the point that you can run the Hello World example.

  1. Take an inventory of your parts, Including the electronic components (you will need them all to complete the build)
  2. Verify you have all of the tools required
  3. Painting the plates are optional but you will appreciate it later
  4. Assemble the machine (you may need to Tap Your Makerslide extrusions)
  5. Connect your electronics
  6. Install your software
  7. Connect to your Arduino
  8. Jog Your Machine manually
  9. Run Hello World!
  10. Document your Hello World on the Hello World Page!

Wikis are great! They let us share our knowledge with each other, so we're going to attempt a 'hybrid' model of physical / wiki documentation. However, sometimes it's not convenient or logistically possible to have a computer where you are doing a major mechanical assembly. In an attempt to help everyone out, we're providing a basic set of build instructions in PDF format.

Download .pdf Link

You can download that document here.

Here's what we want you to do.

  1. Download the build instructions shown above. Print them out if you wish. (but please recycle when you're done.)
  2. Use the physical document to help guide you through the assembly.
  3. As you come across questions or problems do two things:
    1. Check the wiki for your answer. There is a link on the left side of the page that corresponds to each step in the process.
    2. If you can't find your answer on the wiki, ask it in the forum (we're very responsive!) --- After you have found the answer you're looking for, add it to the wiki!

See how that works? It's full circle!

Open Source Desktop Publishing

The source of the PDF instructions is in Scribus v1.4.1 and is available on github under the project's repository.

Because scribus is open source software, and cross platform compatible, everyone should be able to help out if that's their cup of tea.

Assembly Videos

There's a page of these, along with some useful notes, hints and tips here.

Notes

As with the rest of the pages on the wiki, please feel free to edit this one!

For the Inventables kit batches 2 and 3, please take note that the panels were different than pictured. The batch 1 panels were painted red, which interfered with hole sizes. Batches 2 and 3 have brushed stainless steel panels.

StainlessMotorMount.jpg

The panels have a protective film on one side that can be peeled off, and any residue left behind comes off easily with goo-gone or rubbing alcohol. Also note that there are small nubs on the surface from the plates left over from laser cutting. They can be removed, but will not interfere with assembly or use.

Major Components

There are three major components as shown in the table below (the mechanical kit, the electronics (E1--5) and a spindle). For more details see a list of vendors and complete Bill of Materials at Purchasing and an in-depth discussion of each component at Parts.

Part Cost Picture Buying options
Mechanical Kit $225 Mechanical Kit.JPG Several of the parts are custom pieces which are most readily purchased from Inventables.com as part of a Mechanical Kit, but CAD files are available on the Parts page so that one may fabricate them.
Electronics $158 E1.JPG E2.JPG E3.JPG E4.JPG E5.JPG The electronics for a standard machine comprise 5 components:
T1 - Spindle $30 T1.JPG A high-speed rotary tool is the classic choice for spindle, but there are many other options.

There are a number of other items which one will need, such as Zip ties or other fasteners, Electrical cable/wiring, some sort of cable management system, Endmills, Material for an electronic enclosure and some way to cool the stepper drivers such as a fan and/or heat sinks. Please see Additional / Commodity Items on the Purchasing page.

Tools

Only a few basic tools (some Allen keys, wrenches and a pair of pliers), and one specialty tap, as detailed on the Tools page, are needed to assemble a basic machine. A soldering iron may be needed if not purchasing a complete or premium kit with pre-wired electronics.

Suggestion: Visit The Forum For Questions

Like the Wikipedia, each page in this Wiki has an associated "Discussion" page, but this feature isn't as active as the forums. You can ask and answer questions about assembly in the Assembly section of the forum http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/



Next: Electronics overview