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We'll start by prepping parts that require loctite/glue so that they have time to set.

  1. Warning: The Loctite 410 can be messy, we recommend covering your workspace with something disposable to protect it. Apply a thin layer of the Loctite 410 to the inside of the nut well. Gently slide an M3 Lock Nut into the nut well, ensuring that the locking side (the white ring) faces upward.
    • Warning: The Loctite 410 can be messy, we recommend covering your workspace with something disposable to protect it.

    • Apply a thin layer of the Loctite 410 to the inside of the nut well.

    • Gently slide an M3 Lock Nut into the nut well, ensuring that the locking side (the white ring) faces upward.

    • Repeat for the remaining two Idler Subassemblies, for a total of three.

  2. Apply a light line of Loctite 410 to the inside channel of the Ball Rail Carriage Top.
    • Apply a light line of Loctite 410 to the inside channel of the Ball Rail Carriage Top.

    • Press an M3 37mm Standoff into the Loctite.

    • Repeat for the two remaining Ball Rail Carriage Top, for a total of three.

  3. Apply a thin line of Loctite 410 into each channel of the End Effector Bottom, and along the inside ring. Press the End Effector Interior Duct into the center, paying careful attention to it's alignment.
    • Apply a thin line of Loctite 410 into each channel of the End Effector Bottom, and along the inside ring.

    • Press the End Effector Interior Duct into the center, paying careful attention to it's alignment.

    • Press M3 37mm Standoffs into each channel.

    • Set completed parts aside to cure.

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