"H-1 Mechanical Assembly Manual"

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"H-1 Mechanical Assembly Manual"

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Hey folks, here is the most current version of the H-1 Mechanical Assembly Manual (version 1.01). It has a few edits that folks have sent me. Please use this thread to ask questions, suggest edits, etc.

H-1_Mechancial_Assembly_Manual_1-01.pdf
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Here is a detailed breakdown of parts used in each step. Please provide feedback if you find differences or errors in this list so I can update it.

H-1 Parts.xls
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DL worked looks good Michael
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Great, thanks for testing that Dave.

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On page 8 where it says 30318 M3-.05 x 10mm Phillip Pan Head Screw is it really .05 size or is it .5 because .05 is unrealisticly small and nobody caries those from what i have been told.

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AndGorew, you are most likely correct. All of the exploded parts diagrams have M3-.05 so those will all have to be changed too.

Interesting, if you search for M3-.05 you will find dozens of pages with this same error, even charts that have M2.5 x .45 then M3 x .05 and back to M3.5 x .6 - mix and match (see Imperial chart).

I'll work with Steve on getting these updated.

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3mm course thread has a pitch of .5mm not .05 so it should read M3X.5
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Yes, Steve is going to update all of the diagrams and I'll make the changes and repost as soon as they are done.

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I posted an update to the pinned post to include an attachment. It is an Excel spreadsheet with a detailed breakdown of parts used in each step. Please provide feedback if you find differences or errors in this list so I can update it.

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Just printed all of it out. Jeez :)
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In the assembly guide it has a "need photo here" for the hot end and thermister wiring, is it posted somewhere?

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Not yet but there is some info on wiring the thermistor and resistors in the build threads section. It is pretty straight forward, all the photo is going to do is show how to route the wires so they do not short or interfere.

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N00b alert. Does this manual cover the H1.1 release? (Just want to be sure before I send to my inkjet printer ;) )

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Not yet. I'm waiting for my kit in order to do the manuals.

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mhackney, you've got mail (the snail mail kind though, should be getting your "present" soon)

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Excellent, thanks. I'll let you know when it arrives.

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