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[title] Finishing off the belts
[* red] Look aticon_note] It is important for the first photo, the ''belt'' shouldbelt to be evenly spaced from the tower for its entire length. The red highlighthighlighted area in the first photo should help you visualize this gapwhat you are trying to achieve.
[* redicon_note] You will probably have to adjust the ''pulley'' position on the ''stepper motor'' shaft to bring it into alignment.
[*
align the belt evenly from the tower. If so, the next indented step explains how.
[*
red] Loosen the two set screws on the ''pulley'' - you can see the set screws in the second photo. Then move the ''pulley'' on the shaft to bring the ''belt'' into alignment with the tower.
[* red]
Tighten theboth set screwsscrews once the belt is properly aligned.
[* red] Look aticon_note] It is important for the first photo, the ''belt'' shouldbelt to be evenly spaced from the tower for its entire length. The red highlighthighlighted area in the first photo should help you visualize this gapwhat you are trying to achieve.
[* redicon_note] You will probably have to adjust the ''pulley'' position on the ''stepper motor'' shaft to bring it into alignment.
[*
align the belt evenly from the tower. If so, the next indented step explains how.
[*
red] Loosen the two set screws on the ''pulley'' - you can see the set screws in the second photo. Then move the ''pulley'' on the shaft to bring the ''belt'' into alignment with the tower.
[* red]
Tighten theboth set screwsscrews once the belt is properly aligned.
[* red] Repeat '''Steps 41''' to '''43''' to install the ''belts'' on the remaining two towers.