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  1. Looking at the color and hardness of the thermal...

    Looking at the color and hardness of the thermal sensor, I would guess it is glued in with "Stove Cement". Among other things, SC is used to glue heat resistant gaskets around the edges of wood...
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    Your Place in History

    Netflix has a documentary titled "Print the Legend" showing the evolution of the personal 3D printer. Well worth the watch. The most salient point is that the development of the 3D printer mirrors...
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    I had just taken my extruder apart when I spotted...

    I had just taken my extruder apart when I spotted your thread. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
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    Certainly a lot neater than my solution. ...

    Certainly a lot neater than my solution. However, for me there is the question of "Which came first? The chicken or the egg?" LOL
    I have to get the printer working before I can print the Cable Tie...
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    cable management

    For those working on cable routing and attachment issues, I just ran down to Radio Shack and bought these - see pic. (P/N 278-1640) They have a sticky pad that securely mounts on a flat surface. ...
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    Thanks. I just tried it and they just rotated...

    Thanks. I just tried it and they just rotated right in. So much for overthinking the problem on my part.

    Again, thanks.
  7. Threadlocker Blue to keep screws from loosening

    Just as a FYI. Threadlocker Blue is used to 'lock' screws to keep them from loosening due to vibration, etc. It does not permanently glue the screws in place and the screws can still be removed...
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    Installing frame nuts in chassis rail

    I'm supposed to place the nuts that mount the frame in the rails in order to mount the frame. I've looked through all of the instructions and cannot find how to do it. It seems the chassis needs to...
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