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[title] Aligning hethe base
[* red] The process is to pushPush all three bottomof the cross members closest to the table flat against the table then tightentable. Then ++tighten++ the six lower screws you can reach nearclosest to the stepper motors. Once those are tight, removetable as shown in the photo.
[* red] Remove
the cord and carefully flip the base unit over.
[* red] Tighten the six ++upper screws++ located inside the corner brackets. Make surePush all twelve top screws are tight. Now pushthree of the lower three cross members flat against the table and repeat++tighten++ the previous step:six screws as you did in the first step.
[* red] Now
tighten the six screws next toyou can reach nearest you located inside the stepperscorner brackets as shown in the second photo.
[* icon_note] A ball head Allen wrench is very helpful to reach these screws.
[* red] Once again
, flip over, and tightenthe base unit over. Tighten the remaining six screws you can reach inside the corner brackets.
[* redicon_note] Make sure all twenty-four screws are tight.
[* icon_caution]
Lay the base on athe flat surface with the '''XYZ''' labels facing up and test to see if it rocks or tips. If so, you need to loosen ''all of the screws'' and ''repeat this step'' again! So best to work carefully and get it right the first time.
[title] Aligning hethe base
[* red] The process is to pushPush all three bottomof the cross members closest to the table flat against the table then tightentable. Then ++tighten++ the six lower screws you can reach nearclosest to the stepper motors. Once those are tight, removetable as shown in the photo.
[* red] Remove
the cord and carefully flip the base unit over.
[* red] Tighten the six ++upper screws++ located inside the corner brackets. Make surePush all twelve top screws are tight. Now pushthree of the lower three cross members flat against the table and repeat++tighten++ the previous step:six screws as you did in the first step.
[* red] Now
tighten the six screws next toyou can reach nearest you located inside the stepperscorner brackets as shown in the second photo.
[* icon_note] A ball head Allen wrench is very helpful to reach these screws.
[* red] Once again
, flip over, and tightenthe base unit over. Tighten the remaining six screws you can reach inside the corner brackets.
[* redicon_note] Make sure all twenty-four screws are tight.
[* icon_caution]
Lay the base on athe flat surface with the '''XYZ''' labels facing up and test to see if it rocks or tips. If so, you need to loosen ''all of the screws'' and ''repeat this step'' again! So best to work carefully and get it right the first time.

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