Yes, either mount the fan once or simply use a screw that will pull the nut in the low diameter trap. Then, remove the screw and the nut should not move.
+1: were very helpful for me for MK2 and also I shared my experience in that section ;-)
Nice feature apparently, but no longer the possibility to protect the PINDA sensor like for MK2. May be a slight modification of the extruder body in order to protect it from the start?
The explanation should explain the role of helping nuts. In my case, the Y-bed holder screw were threading the bed carrier. So the nut were not necessary. Then, in this step, I had to unscrew them. I understand now that bed carrier holes were probably too tiny in my case. So, the remark about the no-space-to-left is important because the screw is crossing two threads. Also, suggest to untighten the belt by release the Y-motor.
In my end-december kit, I had threaded holes requiring to remove the nuts. May be they should explain that 2 different heatbeds are distributed.
I think it's better to check X/Y axis perpendicularity before this cable management (any some other subsequent ones :-))
This step is very important. My advice: measuring of course. Can also have a good check of one side by temporarily mounting the PSU, which requires this 100mm. Also, check X/Y axis perpendicularity before all cable installation in next chapter. Easier for moving M10 nut.
And also because in Step 32, the tension of the belt cause the axis of the motor to move. Need a spacer on the motor's back. Not critical but should avoid long term damage.
+1: One of my first CAD design will be to create a nice spacer :-)
Did that but wondering what was the purpose?
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