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[title] Routing endstop wiring
[* icon_note] Position the D300VS on your workbench with the '''X''' tower to your left, the '''Y''' to your right and the '''Z''' tower in the rear.
[* red] The endstop wires will be routed in the slot at the bottom of the lowest base cross member. Begin by cutting six pieces of ''T-slot cover'' about 50mm (2") long. Don't forget to use the pieces you saved from ''Step 32''. Two of these will be used for each axes endstop wiring.
[* red] The endstop wires will be routed in the slot at the bottom of the lowest base cross member. Begin by cutting six pieces of ''T-slot cover'' about 50mm (2") long. Don't forget to use the pieces you saved from ''Step 32''. Two of these will be used for each axes endstop wiring.
[* red] Starting with the '''Z''' end stop wiring route it down the left base cross member. Hold it in place with two pieces of ''T-slot cover'' as shown in the second and third photos. The wires should exit the slot between the ''Duet'' mounting arms as shown.
[* red] Note the location of the '''Z''' endstop connector in photo 3. Cut the wires 50mm (2") longer than needed to reach the connector, as shown in photo 3.
[* red] Push the ''T-slot cover'' nearest the '''Z''' tower back as far as it can go.