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The sockets are tight on purpose, the nuts must not rotate inside. It will always be needed to push the nut inside.
Hello, please contact us on email as others did, we’ll help you.
The problem with this is that the bags and their contents tend to change and we don’t have the capacity to change these small details every time in all manuals. But you’ll always have the preparational steps such as this one that will tell you which parts you’ll need to have at hand.
Thank you, Micheal! Slowing down and thinking stuff through is exactly what we recommend, though we understand that people usually can’t wait to have the printer built and operational.
Bonjour, merci pour votre retour, nous allons vérifirer qu’est ce qui s’est passé avec ce chapitre. En attendant, nous vous prions en effet de consulter le manuel imprimé.
Hello Michael, that’s true. unfortunately, this step is quite loaded with information already so we had to split it this way.
The filament coming from the selector is already caught by the holed in the pulley-body, the have wider openings. The short PTFE tubes must adhere tightly from that side and there for the chamfering is to be placed as shown in the manual.
Sorry to hear that! Were you able to get rid of them using a dry soft cloth?
Great idea! :)
Yes, sorry Stefan, only the full printers/MMU are getting the sweets. :)
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