Large Gap on bearing closest to wheel (Solved)

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  • #106167

    David Fisher
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    Ryan has done an amazing job developing the tolerances for these machine. I was a little surprised to see such a large gap between the upper z support bearings closest to the wheel. Is this normal?

    Edit: I’m just a big dummy and was looking it over before I put the other pipes in. They will cause it to shift over.

    #106170

    Ryan
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    No not at all. Actually you do not even have a gap as shown in the instructions on your Z and XZ mains. So either your prints are bad or you have the wrong size pipe, or you have severely over tightened the parts….or you forgot the spacers?

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    #106172

    David Fisher
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    Your completely correct! Once I get the other pipes in everything will shift over. Thanks for the quick reply!

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