Still tring to get it dialed in

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    Jason
    Participant

    So I’m still getting a lot of movement in the spindle and I’m not sure how to take it out. Love the build and it’s a great community please help

    #109917
    Barry
    Participant

    Can we get pictures of the build?  It looks really close though.

    #109937
    Jason
    Participant

    I put a video on the Facebook page but the back wheels on the z are very loose

    #109944
    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Nothing should be loose at all, it is an interference fit. I suggest you take it apart and do it again. You might also want to check your printers calibration.

    More pictures of the entire build would help, the bearings don’t actually show us anything.

    #109964
    Barry
    Participant

    I put a video on the Facebook page but the back wheels on the z are very loose

    A lot of us don’t use facebook.  I say a lot of bad words anytime I think of that asshat.

    #110210
    Glen
    Participant

    Yes, at my first try at 3D printing, I made most of the MPCNC parts.  After assembly, a couple of the bearings were not rolling.

    Did a printer calibration and it was off, making the parts too big.  After re-printing the parts, bearings are all snug.

     

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