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Posted · So many pieces!

the online wiki is very good and pay good attention to the orientation of your parts when you assemble them !

Everything should click together nicely... Be extra careful about assenblying the wood parts of the hotend... there are two that are very delicate !

But... we are always here willing to help :-)

Ian :-)

 

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    Posted · So many pieces!

    619 parts, or 652 if you include the ulticontroller.

    Good luck :smile:

     

    With or without the spare screws and nuts?

     

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    Posted · So many pieces!

    Yeah sorry, it is an UM1. I got it going. Just a little more daunting than I thought. Just put the ulticontroller together. Even have the doodle3d working on my network.

    This was from last night:

    first print montage

     

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    Posted · So many pieces!

    What the hell? You put the whole thing together in one day? It took me at least 3 evenings (I forget).

     

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    Posted · So many pieces!

    No, it was ALL day with some started the night before.... Probably equivalent to three evenings depending on how much time is an "evening". I've guessing took me something like 18 hours. I have a bad back and poor workspace so probably took 30% longer than it should have.... And I really need to put tools away so I don't spend 30 minutes looking for a damn hammer.

     

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    Posted · So many pieces!

    What the hell? You put the whole thing together in one day? It took me at least 3 evenings (I forget).

     

    That's because you didn't drink a coffee when the assembly instructions indicated... :wink:

     

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    Posted · So many pieces!

    Well if you can't put a flat pack bookcase together from Ikea this is definitely a project to work your way up too, I would suggest doing some Mechano and Lego builds for warm up exercises. LOL.

     

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