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  1. M2x12 (these are the tiniest) M2x12 (these are the tiniest)
    • M2x12 (these are the tiniest)

  2. The switch reed needs to point towards left. The switch reed needs to point towards left. The switch reed needs to point towards left.
    • The switch reed needs to point towards left.

  3. [Update] This zip tie (and the holes in the Bottom) was removed in early 2018 to speed up the build. Simply skip it. [Update] This zip tie (and the holes in the Bottom) was removed in early 2018 to speed up the build. Simply skip it. [Update] This zip tie (and the holes in the Bottom) was removed in early 2018 to speed up the build. Simply skip it.
    • [Update] This zip tie (and the holes in the Bottom) was removed in early 2018 to speed up the build. Simply skip it.

  4. Point the motor connector towards right. Point the motor connector towards right. Point the motor connector towards right.
    • Point the motor connector towards right.

  5. Check ✓ Check ✓
    • Check ✓

  6. Check ✓
    • Check ✓

  7. Tighten well. This is metal-on-metal tightening, so you do not have to be as gentle as usual.
    • Tighten well.

    • This is metal-on-metal tightening, so you do not have to be as gentle as usual.

  8. Be gentle. Do no force the rods and keep them straight or you may damage the ball bearing by knocking some balls out. Be gentle. Do no force the rods and keep them straight or you may damage the ball bearing by knocking some balls out.
    • Be gentle. Do no force the rods and keep them straight or you may damage the ball bearing by knocking some balls out.

  9. Check ✓ Check ✓
    • Check ✓

  10. Place your JellyBOX over the edge of a table. Place your JellyBOX over the edge of a table.
    • Place your JellyBOX over the edge of a table.

    • ▶ Video: Y Mechanical Checkpoint (25s)

    • Do not move too fast. You are generating current by forcing the motor to rotate. If you generate too much current, you could damage your electronics; namely the drivers.

    • Make sure that the Y EndStop gets engaged by one of a Y Assembly bearings. There's an audible click.

    • Make sure the Y assembly is moving smoothly.

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