X/Y Motor Adjustment And Replacement

X/Y Motor Adjustment And Replacement

Always disconnect the main power from the machine before doing any repairs. maintenance, etc...


A) 4 fixing screws secure the motor

B) Belt tension adjustment

X Motor Removal:

X Motor Installation:

Y Axis:

A) 4 Adjustment screws

B) Belt tension adjustment

C) 4 fixing screws secure the motor 

Y Motor Removal:

Y Motor Install:

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