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    Nov 10 Rev31 of 5NOTE: The number one cause of poor performance is setting your gibs too tight. For best performance we suggeststarting with the gibs set loose and then tighten very slightly as you test cutting performance. As soon as you reach a point where thereis no chatter your gibs are at th...

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    Nov 10 Rev32 of 5Motor mount bodyPreload nutAccess slotMotor mount snap ringMotor mount bearingsCouplerSet screwPreload spacer sleevePlace the preload nut on the leadscrewNote the new preload spacer sleeve placed on the screw beforeconnecting to the coupler. See CNCMM instructions for detailsInst...

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    Nov 10 Rev33 of 5Secure the nut to the saddle with the included 10-32x1/2” capscrews.Attach the remaining nut to the end of the saddle with theincluded 10-32 cap screws. The nut protrudes out from thesaddle.Insert the long screw and set the nut preload just like on the Yaxis. Remember, NO Lubri...

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    Nov 10 Rev34 of 5The finished installation will have the leadscrew extending pastthe end of the X table by about 2-1/2”.The 6-32 tapped holes on the saddle are for a future optionalA2Z CNC way cover set.IMPORTANT NOTES :Do Not lubricate the screws and nuts. They are designed to run dry. Splash ...

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    Nov 10 Rev35 of 5NTB ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONSManufacturing Procedure1. INSERT THE SCREW INTO THE MOUNTING BODY OF THE NUT.2. THREAD THE SCREW TO A POINT JUST BEFORE IT ENTERS THE REAR BODY OF THE NUT.3. HOLD THE MOUNTING BODY AND TURN THE REAR BODY COUNTER CLOCKWISE FORRIGHT HAND SCREWS AND CLOCKWIS...

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