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Now assembling my UMO+ at page 40 now for the axes with timing belt and sliderblock but a bit confused with how to place the sliderblock against the belt, especially for the left one. It seems for the left one the sliderblock will somehow interfere the timing belt. Can I know how to place it right? Or if any pic showing the correct left sliderblock will be very appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help!


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thanks for the reminder. For the feeder, now I only have to worry about the extrusion head. Honestly, when I ordered it, I didn't know I even have to build such major part piece by piece, thought it would come with a extrusion head and I just need to screwed it onto the printer:-)

Anyways, still a fun process.


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