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Thank you for the feedback, it will be passed on to our Quality Control :) Have a great day!
If any areas get damaged while using the screw pulling technique, it means that you are already tight enough on that screw. You can of course use a washer to prevent this a bit. Also check that the cutout for the nut doesn’t have any flashed material printed inside. In such case, just clean it with a hobby knife.
Thank you for the suggestion, we’ll look into including that.
You don’t have to worry about it, the tube is rather resistant to external forces and the length is enough. It will last for a good while :)
As long as the bearing is able to spin freely, you will be fine.
Yes, they should be in the plastic parts bag for Y axis, together with the rest of the parts. Can you please confirm that you didn’t receive them?
I’m sorry about the inconvenience resulting from having to reassemble the hotend. We will look into including that information for users who build MK3S from scratch to use it with MMU2S straight after.
Do you mean that one of the black trapezoid nuts spins with more resistance than the other?
Please take the steel sheet of the heatbed and check if there wasn’t/isn’t any kind of small debris that got between the bed and the sheet. Also, perform troubleshooting steps from the article below to determine if there isn’t anything wrong with the PINDA probe.
The aligner is not mounted permanently, you can grab the top part of it with pliers and pull it out. If it came with thin strands of filament around on it, you can give it a quick flash (half a second) with a lighter to melt them.
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