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  1. For this guide, please refer to the exploded diagram with annoted parts / Bill of Materials.
    • For this guide, please refer to the exploded diagram with annoted parts / Bill of Materials.

    • Note: Use the PDF linked diagram above, not the thumbnail provided by Dozuki.

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    • Note to self: Take some pics of the hardware bags and put them here

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    • Remove the brim on the smaller end of the arm, and the support material in the two nut traps

    • NOTE: The brim and the support material may have already been removed for you by us, when we packed your kit. but it's best to double-check.

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    • Insert 3d printed nut into ball bearing

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    • Place flat washer on M3-50mm screw

    • Place screw through 3d printed nut

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    • Insert screw into arm

    • Attach M3 nut to back side and tighten until secure and snug, but not so much that the plastic deforms.

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    • Attach ball-stud to arm

    • Secure with M3 nut. Again, tighten until secure and snug, but not so much that the plastic deforms.

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    • Insert M3 x 12mm L pan-head screw into pulley

    • Secure screw with M3 nut

    • Insert M3 12L flat head screw into opposite side of pulley

    • Secure flathead screw with M3 nut

    I had to drill out a hole for the screw in red, on all my pieces, I am wondering if the source files dont actually have a hole there?

    Anthony Webb - Reply

    They're overhang supports, they're present in the STL file, and must be removed before/during assembly. I'll try to get the instructions updated.

    Neil Jansen -

    Colors for m3 flat head and it's corresponding nut (green/yellow) are swapped between the text and the pictures.

    Charles Steinkuehler - Reply

    Fixed!

    (Dozuki doesn't like short comments apparently, this should make it long enough)

    Neil Jansen -

    • Insert two M3 nuts into each orange arm, as shown in the second picture. NOTE: Only two of the holes will accept nut traps.

    • Insert two M3 x 30mm? pan-head machine screws into each orange arm. NOTE: Only insert the screws into the ROUND counter-bored holes.

    • Carefully assemble both orange arms and the black pulley as shown in the first picture. The nuts and screws are caddy-corner, so when facing each other, everything should line up nicely (nut to screw, etc).

    • NOTE: Do not fully tighten until you complete the next step

    It's worth noting that 2 screws go in from one side and the other 2 from the other side. Took me some time to figure that out.

    NikWest - Reply

    I updated this step, I think it's much clearer now. Thanks for the comment!

    Neil Jansen -

    • Insert 3d printed limit switch interruptor

    • Secure with 20mm M3 screw and nut

    • Tighten all screws

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    • Repeat this guide until you've got three assembled pulleys, as shown.

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