Solved my problem, I put the pulley on backwards…
I am having an issue with the belt touching the printed pat that holds the motor. It catches the side of the printed part away from the motor toward the rod and screw. I have tries pushing the the pulley all the way against the motor but it still will not clear the opening in the printed part as it passes through to the x-carriage. This causes the belt to tilt in toward the front side and away on the back side so it looks like a long V that does not quite connect. I was thinking I might cure this by placing washers between the printed part and the motor to give me additional shaft so I can push the pulley back far enough to clear the opening in the printed part. However, this seems likely to create additional problems later. I suppose a stiff gasket material that covers the top of the motor might be less risky, would need to search for something like that. Is there another adjustment I missed here that might cure this problem? It seems to me this may cause the belt to be unstable and wear badly if not fixed.
Appear the designs for front and back were merged, add foot protruding from back design to the front and it looks like you have it.
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