Main feeder housing

  1. Put the small black gear onto the motor axle, note the D shape of both. Make sure the top of the gear is flush with the axle.

    Tip: Use a redundant piece of wood to place the gear, this might take some force.

  2. Place the wooden parts 10A and 10C in front of you. Insert a ball bearing into the corresponding hole. Make sure that the bearing is flush with the top side of the wooden parts and does not stick out.
  3. Place wooden part 10A on the motor with the engraving upwards, then put 10B on top.

    Note: Make sure the motor cables are facing down

  4. Put the quick fit coupling into the T-slot, note the orientation.
  5. Place wooden part 10C on top with the engraving towards the motor and loosely secure with four M3x20 bolts. The motor’s position will be adjusted later.
  6. Place two M3x20 bolts through the holes around the bearings and secure with two lock nuts.

Main feeder housing
Main feeder housing
Putting the black gear onto the motor axle

Main feeder housing
Inserting the ball bearings
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Placing part 10A on the motor

Main feeder housing
Placing the quick fit coupling on part 10A and 10B
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Attaching part 10C

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