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  1. Attach the four rubber feet to the corners of the Base. M4 x 16mm Button M4 Nyloc Nut
    • Attach the four rubber feet to the corners of the Base.

    • M4 x 16mm Button

    • M4 Nyloc Nut

    • Photographed are 3D printed feet, however the ones included are injection moulded rubber.

  2. Fix the four metal brackets to the sides of the base. Bracket M5 x 3mm Spacer
    • Fix the four metal brackets to the sides of the base.

    • Bracket

    • M5 x 3mm Spacer

    • M5 x 16mm Button

    • M5 Nyloc Nut

    • Do not tighten yet, leave the bracket fixed loosely.

    • Make sure the bolt on the bracket is facing outwards and away from the centre of the base panel.

  3. Install the electronics fan as shown: Make sure the sticked side of the fan points inwards.
    • Install the electronics fan as shown:

    • Make sure the sticked side of the fan points inwards.

    • Make sure the cable is also orientated as shown.

    • M3 x 20mm CAP

    • M3 Nyloc

  4. Fix four stand offs to the base: M3 x 10mm threaded stand-off M3 x 6mm Button
    • Fix four stand offs to the base:

    • M3 x 10mm threaded stand-off

    • M3 x 6mm Button

    • Before removing the control board from it's packaging, make sure that you are earthed, you can do this by toughing a large metal object. This is to ensure a static shock doesn't damage the board.

    • Fix the board onto the mounts with four M3 x 6mm button head bolts.

    • Make sure the board is orientated as shown.

    • Plug the electronics fan into the control board as shown.

  5. Before mounting the PSU, check that it's voltage input is adjusted correctly for your location. The switch on the side of the unit should be set to your mains voltage. In the UK this would be 230v, in the USA it would be set 110v. Fix the PSU to the base with four M4 x 6mm button head bolts. Note the orientation, it should match the photo.
    • Before mounting the PSU, check that it's voltage input is adjusted correctly for your location. The switch on the side of the unit should be set to your mains voltage. In the UK this would be 230v, in the USA it would be set 110v.

    • Fix the PSU to the base with four M4 x 6mm button head bolts.

    • Note the orientation, it should match the photo.

  6. Push the switch side of the assembly in through the rectangular cut-out at the back of the base. Push the socket in and and secure it in place with: M3 x 10mm Cap
    • Push the switch side of the assembly in through the rectangular cut-out at the back of the base.

    • Push the socket in and and secure it in place with:

    • M3 x 10mm Cap

    • M3 Nyloc

  7. Disassemble the switch assembly by pulling the adapted off the switch and undoing the nut. Push the switch in though the hole at the front of the base. Fix the switch in place by tightening the nut back onto it.
    • Disassemble the switch assembly by pulling the adapted off the switch and undoing the nut.

    • Push the switch in though the hole at the front of the base.

    • Fix the switch in place by tightening the nut back onto it.

    • Plug the cable adapter back on, note the orientation, the side with the release lever should go on the side that has the tab on the switch housing.

  8. Fix the earth cable (shorter black cable) from the socket to the frame. M4 x 10mm Button
    • Fix the earth cable (shorter black cable) from the socket to the frame.

    • M4 x 10mm Button

    • M4 Nyloc

  9. Connect the longer black cable from the socket to the power supplies earth terminal. Connect the blue cable from the socket to the neutral terminal on the power supply.
    • Connect the longer black cable from the socket to the power supplies earth terminal.

    • Connect the blue cable from the socket to the neutral terminal on the power supply.

    • Connect the white cable from the switch to the live terminal on the power supply.

  10. Connect the red and blue cables from the switch to the terminal on the power supply as shown:
    • Connect the red and blue cables from the switch to the terminal on the power supply as shown:

    • Red to positive

    • Blue to negative

  11. Secure the black and red power cables to the control board as shown. On the power supply side, the red cable goes to positive and the black to negative. Double check that all the cables are connected correctly, as shown in the images. Incorrectly connecting the cables can cause irreversible damage.
    • Secure the black and red power cables to the control board as shown.

    • On the power supply side, the red cable goes to positive and the black to negative.

    • Double check that all the cables are connected correctly, as shown in the images. Incorrectly connecting the cables can cause irreversible damage.

  12. Fix the two 1.8 degree NEMA 17 motors to the base. M3 x 6mm Cap Head Bolt Make sure that the cable header, on the motor, is facing inwards.
    • Fix the two 1.8 degree NEMA 17 motors to the base.

    • M3 x 6mm Cap Head Bolt

    • Make sure that the cable header, on the motor, is facing inwards.

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