In the picture there are all the necessary tools for Z Axis assembly.
- Torx screwdriver - size: T10
- Phillips screwdriver
- Spanners - sizes: two 13
- Allen keys - sizes: 2, 2.5, 3
Put 12 mm round rod (270 mm in length) into round notch on printed part Linear guide mount. Do this on both ends of the rod. Make sure that the orientation of the linear guide mounts is the same.
Repeat the step for the second rod
- 2 x 12 x 270 mm round rod
- 4 x Linear guide mount
Put this rod into the groove on aluminium X profile.
Repeat for the other rod.
- 2 x 300 mm X profile
Put the square nut DIN 562 M8 into the groove on X profile below the linear guide mounts as shown in the picture. Do this on both ends of the profile.
- 4 x DIN 562 M8 square nut
Screw in DIN 933 M8x25 bolt through the Linear guide mount into M8 square nut. Because of the shape, the square nut does not rotate and we can fasten the bolt firmly. Use DIN 125 8.4 washers. Do this on both ends of the profile.
Repeat the steps ont he other profile.
- 4 x DIN 933 M8 x 25 bolt
- 4 x DIN 125 8.4 washer
Put both completed assemblies together as shown in the picture.
Take Motor plate and put four ISO 14583 M3 x 12 torx bolts into four 3 mm (A1, A2, A3, A4) holes. Use DIN 125 3.2 wahsers. Screw the bolts with four DIN 934 M3 hex nuts.
- 1 x Motor plate
- 4 x ISO 14583 M3 x 12 torx bolt
- 4 x DIN 125 3.2 wahser
- 4 x DIN 934 M3 hex nut
Fasten the NEMA 17 Stepper motor onto the Motor plate with these four torx bolts.
- 1 x NEMA 17 stepper motor
Put two metal 10 mm screw anchors into both center holes on one end of the X profiles.
- 2 x 10 mm screw anchor
Put the Motor plate with already attached motor onto the assembly and fasten it with two DIN 933 M8 x 16 bolts. Use DIN 125 8.4 washers.
- 2 x DIN 933 M8 x 16 bolt
- 2 x DIN 125 8.4 washer
Put two plastic 10 mm screw anchors into both center holes on the other end of the X profiles.
- 2 x 10mm screw anchor
Put the Bottom plate on this end of the assembly and fasten it with two DIN 7996 4.5x50 wood cross screws. Use DIN 125 5.3 washers.
- 2 x DIN 7996 4.5 x 50 cross screw
- 2 x DIN 125 5.3 washer
Take Bearing plate and put four DIN 933 M8x50 bolts in the round holes C5, C6 and slot holes B1, B2. Make sure to use DIN 125 8.4 washers also on the back side of the plate. On the front side of the plate put parts on each of these bolts in the following order: washer DIN 125 8.4, hex nut DIN 934 M8, bearing 608ZZ, then again washer DIN 125 8.4, hex nut DIN 934 M8, bearing 608ZZ, and in the end washer DIN 125 8.4 with hex nut DIN 934 M8.
- 1 x Bearing plate
- 4 x DIN 933 M8 x 50 bolt
- 8 x DIN 934 M8 hex nut
- 16 x DIN 125 8.4 washer
- 8 x 608ZZ bearing
For the bolts in holes C5 and C6 - tighten all the nuts firmly.
For the bolts in slot holes B1 and B2 - do not tighten the nuts too firmly because we must adjust their position precisely in later steps.
Take printed part Nut casing – Bottom and put DIN 562 M3 square nut into the square slot.
- 1x Nut casing – Bottom
- 1x DIN 562 M3 square nut
Put DIN 934 M8 hex nut into the hex shaped hole on the part Nut casing – Bottom.
- 1 x DIN 934 M8 hex nut
Take parts Nut casing – Bottom nad Nut casing – Upper and put them together as shown on the picture. Put hex socket bolts DIN 912 M3 x 35 and DIN 912 M3 x 16 through 3 mm holes on both parts.
- 1 x Nut casing – Upper
- 1 x DIN 912 M3 x 35 bolt
- 1 x DIN 912 M3 x 16 bolt
Screw bigger bolt DIN 912 M3 x 35 into M3 square nut which is already inserted in Nut casing – Bottom. Screw smaller DIN 912 M3 x 16 bolt with DIN 934 M3 hex nut.
- 1 x DIN 934 M3 hex nut
Put four DIN 912 M4 x 16 hex socket bolts in four 4 mm holes (A1, A2, A3, A4).
- 4 x DIN 912 M4 x 16 bolt
Fasten the Nut casing assembly onto these four bolts with four DIN 934 M4 hex nuts as shown in the picture.
- 4x DIN 934 M4 hex nut
Put assembly with X profiles on bearing plate between bolts with bearings. Make sure that stell round rods are in the middle of two bearings on each bolt.
Fasten the nuts on the bolts that are located in the slot holes B1 and B2. It is important that bearings sit tight on the steel round rods, so make sure to press it hard with spanners when fastening the nuts. If all the bearings are not sitting tightly with round rods, then try using a hammer before fastening the nuts firmly.
Fasten the Coupler (5 to 8 mm) on motor shaft.
- 1 x 5-8 mm coupler
Screw the M8 x 200 threaded rod through the M8 nut in Bearing casing up to the Coupler. Fasten the M8 rod in the 8 mm hole on the other side of the Coupler.
- 1 x M8 x 200 threaded rod
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