Back to part one.
Today I started off by measuring everything and tightening the nuts. Now it’s time for a diagonal rod on the bottom of the printer and a z-axle rod.
To adjust the printer so that it doesn’t rock, the manual recommends placing it on a thick kitchen bench. I have a glass stove so I placed it there. It should be level enough.
There are two examples for adjusting the Z and Y rods in the instructions.
These build notes were written Swedish first.
The other day a got a package that was a bit heavier than all the electronics I’ve been buying lately.
It’s a box full of nuts, washers, rods and plastic parts. My intention is to have them look like the picture above when I’m done.
Before starting the build I read through all about putting the frame together at the RepRap wiki.