as I am going through my assembly process, I´d like to use this thread as an improvement
collection for you for future releases. Maybe most of the topics are already known, maybe not.
Please use plastic screws to connect the PCBs to the studs. The distance to electrical connected
parts is sometimes very exciting
V-Wheel plate hole tolerance issues:
Please reconsider a better tolerance for the fixed to the eccentric spacer holes, see thread: "Gantry Plate" and "Cross-Slide Plate" hole location error
V-Wheels tolerances of plastic notch inside the wheel:
The tolerance of the notch inside the wheel should be less thick than the shim. Otherwise
the bearing is sitting on that notch and the inner bearings do not make contact. See post
It does not seem that the motors like humidity at all (from looking at them).
Looking at the very tight lower ends of the X-Axis motor housings, I don´t hope that a motor
will die because of too much rain being pressed into the housings during a heavy rainy day!
I guess you need to improve the water tightness of the motor housings!
UTM electrical contacts:
Looking at them from an electrical standpoint of view it is horror. As my bot is not into operation
yet I cannot tell how reliable they are, but that seems to be a weak point to me. Have you had
a look at other technologies as well?
At the moment I only have a quality issue with the cheap china tubing which is smelling like
plasticizer 1 km against the wind. I do not feel very comfortable to water my vegetables with this…
The tools do not fit into the screw heads without force and I rip my hand against them, but this seems
to be a personal thing…(inbus and the other two tools).
The aluminium parts are great, keep them as they are!