Well.'. at least you got the app to register a number for you. I clamped the belt into the adjustable portion… then looped it around the pulleys. Look at the set up as the toothed blocks fit into a taper on the skate.. it will make sense:}. With the top belt secured to the adjustable part of the skate… I wrapped the belt around the top pulley… and then then the bottom pulley. Next feed the belt up into the skate.. Grab the little toothed piece/ wedge thingy I wondered what the !&&* these were for..
Pull the belt, and press the wedge thingy in. you will hear a couple of pops or snaps. you will know the wedge went over the belts. As hard as I could pull,,, you can pull too hard.. make sure you do not pull a skate out of alignment. You should have no rock/play in the skate.. just like the guide says.
I built my D300 as an extended version, never got the app to register any Hz value. I wish it would have, my ears are old and worn. But my D300 works great without that app. Only cuz I couldn’t make it work.
This file does not have a G32 in it. I had to add it.
I attempted this too many times. Finally realized that the 2040 extrusions or the angle extrusions are not square. I was applying too much force with the strap forcing the two pieces together and making the assembly not flat. I backed off on the strap and tightened the screws, holding the extrusions just up against each other. I have maybe .005 of a lift on one side now. Hopefully that will be good enough.
Mine went in just fine. I think it would be a little less cumbersome to install these before you build the top. If you have a ball end driver they do not get in the way. Just a little less mass to move around in my opinion.
I agree with the last point. Updating to the Ultibots firmware left me guessing after reading the above link. So I just downloaded the firmware for the PLUS and overwrote everything on the SD card. Seems to have worked. I do not have motion yet as I am waiting for some parts to arrive but the Duet interface shows the saved D300 gcode files.
Hopefully I do not need to do anything else.
Each wheel bag includes a wheel, two bearings, two thin washers or spacers, and a lock nut. Be sure to place a washer/spacer between the bearings. Refer to the build guide for the D300VS. There was no mention of what to do with the washers here so I tried them on the outsides but never the inside. Built all of the carriages and then read the VS guide. Whoops.
The third bullet point should read “Add one long 9mm spacer to each of the other two axles.” The eccentric spacer is 6mm and the short one is 3mm.
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