The manual is pretty great about helping you to double check the pre-loaded nuts before moving on; several places in the manual where it tells you to do so and shows you where they need to be. Only thing it left out how many nut to pre-load and where if you plan to install a Nevermore filter.Just started my build log on the same kit. Yours seems to be working out pretty well. Thanks for showing it off.
I'm a bit worried about
- Forgetting to preload nuts
- Getting a square frame
- Belt running and tensioning
- Generally deracking the gantry
Got those right here actually...Thanks for all the info!
I definitely appreciate your wiring pictures and notes about cable management. It's a MUST for me to have clean cable management. When I build PCs I often spend about 1.5x times on cable management as building the PC. Granted I'm pretty fast at a basic PC install but I find I end up redoing several parts of the management as I realize I can tuck these wires into this crevice and reroute wire A under wire B so they both have nice straight runs.
Do you recall where you got some of those cable conduits? If they'll show up on a printables/thingaverse search no worries I should be able to find them.
Mine would fall on its own, but there was just enough resistance that it was a stead controlled descent , not a free-fall. I did have to do a "de-racking" of it a couple times as I pieced the frame together.Question about the z rails and bed assembly. How loose/freely did your bed move before putting the lead screw in.
I've seen some ppl say that with just the kirigami bed frame on it should fall under its own weight. I'm having trouble achieving that.
There's no binding when I move it by hand. It's smooth. But just has enough resistance that it won't fall
I just used the ones available in the V0 Umbilical Github... https://github.com/VoronDesign/Voron-Hardware/tree/master/V0-UmbilicalHappen to have any pics of your Mini SB + Umbilical setup? Which mount/strain relief piece did you use? I can't see to find much in terms of pics or 3d models
I got you:April 23rd...discovered that the new BTT Pi has one of its mounting holes in a slightly different location than the most other branded Pis, so the DIN cleat mount from the official STLs will not fit. Will have to find someone to modify the part CAD so it will work. Being a former IT/server pro, as well as aircraft avionics installer, the typical "rat nest" of wiring seen in most electronics bays throughout many industries drives me nuts, so cable conduits are a must for my build; printing them out of PLA+ using my Snapmaker 2.0 A350. Also came to find out that the PIF parts kit I ordered did not include the needed parts for mounting the Kirigami bed nor the V0 umbilical mod, so will have to get those printed too (no fault to the PIF program here, those are mods, so they are not a part of the standard PIF BOM list).
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Here is what I have...sorry for getting it to you late.Mxbrnr- Is there any way you could share the extruder section of your config file?
I finished my hardware build last night, but I'm just getting a buzz from the extruder stepper and I'd love to be able to cross reference a working config to help me troubleshoot.