List of parts :
- 1 long clip (plastic part)
- 1 short clip (plastic part)
- 1 spool holder X10 (plastic part)
- 2 M6X12mm screws
- 2 M6 T-Nut
- [not provided ] 1 power supply cable
- [not provided ] 1 screw diver
- [provided] 1 Allen key
The best is to rotate the printer chassis as shown in the picture. The purpose is to make it easier to place the T-Nuts inside the aluminum profile Slot.The spool holder is made so that you cannot pre mount the screws + T-Nut before placing the plastic part.
Focus on the Z axis motor wire.
The goal here is to place it inside the aluminum profile slot.
This cable will then get inside the slot the is maintaining the extruder module.
It should go behind the power supply plastic cover.
Then slide the cable inside the same slot used for Z axis stepper motor wire.
Now take a « short » clip.
Those clips are made to be clipped on top of the aluminum profile slot and only secure one side of the aluminum extrusion.
When you place it over the aluminum extrusion you should hear a « click » meaning it’s properly in place.
This model allows to close 3 sides of the aluminum extrusion at once.
Place it at the other top end of the machine, just behind the power supply module. The U shape must allows you to keep in place wires that are on the side where the use of the short clip would be impossible.
This plastic part’s purpose is to hold and keep in place the plastic filament during printing.
Place it on the side as shown on the picture, perpendicular to the power supply module.
The best is to place it as close as possible from the extruder (so to the top of the machine) .
You can use a small screw diver to keep the T-Nut in place while inserting the M6 screw.
This should look like the picture.