Do the cables go under the extruder, over the extruder and under the metal rail, over both?
Perhaps you can print the lower right screw-hole for the fan nozzle with a thicker perimeter? I tightened my screw too tight and broke it w/o even noticing the screw was fully seated due to the low resistance.
How deep is the hole we are inserting the filament into?
second this ^. I did the same thing as a safeguard.
Motor wires must be facing the frame and there is a cut out for them on the lower edge of the frame.
A suggestion: replace facing the frame with facing the “XY Frame” or the “verticle frame” , to clarify they should be facing it and not facing the aluminum extrusions, which may appear to be "frame” to us laypersons at this stage due to the amount of assembly completed already :)
Should the bearing have some play to it to ensure one doesn’t over tighten or does the bearing still need to be tightened securely to the cutout? I am a bit confused by
AS SOON AS YOU REACH THE SURFACE STOP TIGHTENING!!!
due to the use of “you”. Does you mean the bearing, the nut, me the operator? I apologize for being nit picky, I’m just honestly confused. :)
One of the tracks (row of balls) has to be in line with the cutout for the bearing!
I am assuming that this means that then placing the bearings on the cutout, be sure to keep a row of balls inside the bearing on the bottom (6 O Clock) so that they are on the same horizontal plane as the top of the cutout?
Place the PSU holders in the extrusion, ensure it is the correct one.
Perhaps change “the correct one” to “the correct extrusion”? I spent several minutes trying to figure out which holder was the correct one, lol.