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Axis Mount Plate
This is the second part of your pre-assembly.
Assemble this as shown in the drawing:
- Pay attention to the number of washers on each bolt! it's critical.
- Pay attention to the orientation of the plate. The larger holes in the corner (denoted with an arrow in the PDF) need to be at the bottom (as shown)
- Tighten the non-eccentric vwheels
- Just snug the delrin nut, we'll want to align it with the threaded rod later, then tighten it down
Bill of Materials
|1||1||MSK01-01||Standard Carriage Plate|
|2||1||SM-M08||Delrin lead nut.|
|4||4||SM-H04||M5 Hex Nut|
|6||2||SM-H01||1/4" Nylon Spacer|
|7||16||SM-H03||M5 Flat Washer|
|8||4||SM-H08||M5 x 30mm SHCS|
|9||2||SM-H07||M5 x 10mm SHCS|
|10||4||MSK01-05A||V Wheel Assembly|
User Submitted Notes
(This is the section to add your own notes pertaining to this sub-assembly) If you run into a problem or find yourself asking a question, please post the solution here to help the next person who has the same problem/question)
It is advised to move the M8 rod up and down the delrin nut a few times (e.g. using a drill) to free up the delrin nut before step 9. The delrin nut is too tight to mount the Z axis later on.
When noting the orientation of the plate, you need to observe not only the larger corner holes (as noted above), but also the holes for the eccentric nuts. The holes for the eccentric nuts are slightly larger to allow the beveled side of the nut to seat into the plate.
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