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This step is way easier if:
1) Put the M3x40 screw all way in until it appears on the other side and
2) using the alley key to keep it pushed, move the whole assembly togheter against the bed where the Tnut is, screwing slowly until the nut accepts the screw. It’s a breeze.
I did it this way on my first MINI and repeated this on my second MINI so I can recommend this as a secure way to do this on a steady basis.
After so many prusas built, I managed to crack the 45deg arm too wohooo!! :P
These parts used to be 1) grub screw=dull matte dark gray and 2) pulley gear = dull mate light gray colors….They’re now bright and shiny. I wonder if this meant actual bondtech or just china clones to save on money in expenses of quality! :(
Just to chime in I have the same issue.
I agree this step and previous one are ridiculously complicated to achieve WITH the electronics mounted!
What a mess!! :(
I agree this step and next one is ridiculously complicated to achieve WITH the electronics mounted!
I also ACK the screws are too far from the shaft holes…
I too slightly pushed the bearing in using a table and the part also partially cracked :(
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