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# attach Heatsink with 4 mm screw.
 
# attach Heatsink with 4 mm screw.
 
# Push in all stepper drivers onto the ramps board. (take care for the correct orientation, see figure).
 
# Push in all stepper drivers onto the ramps board. (take care for the correct orientation, see figure).
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# Mount the extension board with 3x spacers and 3x nylon nuts.
 
# Lax printer on the side
 
# Lax printer on the side
 
# Screw in the power supply. User two 12 mm screws from the top.
 
# Screw in the power supply. User two 12 mm screws from the top.
 
# At the back use three 8 mm inch screws.
 
# At the back use three 8 mm inch screws.
 
# Stick down the type label.
 
# Stick down the type label.

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Message definition (Bauanleitung)
# Jumper auf Ramps Board aufstecken (jeweils 3, zwischen den Pinheadern für die Schrittmotortreiber)
# Drucker auf den Rücken legen
# Arduino unterhalb der Boden Platte mit zwei 25 mm und einer 12 mm Schraube fest schrauben. M3 Kunststoffmuttern als Abstands halter verwenden. Mit Nylon Mutter Arduino an der 12 mm Schraube befestigen.
# Ramps Shield vorsichtig auf den Arduino aufstecken.
# Mit zwei Kunststoffmuttern das Ramps Board befestigen.
# Heatsink mit 4 mm Schraube befestigen.
# Schrittmotor Treiber auf das Ramps Board stecken. (Ausrichtung beachten! Siehe Grafik)
# Extension Board anbringen mit 3x spacern und 3x nylon Muttern.
# Drucker auf die Seite legen.
# Netzteil anbringen. Von oben mit zwei 12 mm Schrauben befestigen.
# Von hinten mit drei 8 mm Inch Schrauben festschrauben.
# Typenschild unten rechts aufkleben.
Translation# Put in the jumpers on the Ramps board (3 jumper between all pinheaders for the stepper driver)
# Lay down the printer on its back.
# Attach the Arduino under the bottom case plate with two 25 mm screws and one 12 mm screw.
# Carefully push the ramps board onto the Arduino.
# use two plastic nuts to hold it in place.
# attach Heatsink with 4 mm screw.
# Push in all stepper drivers onto the ramps board. (take care for the correct orientation, see figure).
# Mount the extension board with 3x spacers and 3x nylon nuts.
# Lax printer on the side
# Screw in the power supply. User two 12 mm screws from the top.
# At the back use three 8 mm inch screws.
# Stick down the type label.
  1. Put in the jumpers on the Ramps board (3 jumper between all pinheaders for the stepper driver)
  2. Lay down the printer on its back.
  3. Attach the Arduino under the bottom case plate with two 25 mm screws and one 12 mm screw.
  4. Carefully push the ramps board onto the Arduino.
  5. use two plastic nuts to hold it in place.
  6. attach Heatsink with 4 mm screw.
  7. Push in all stepper drivers onto the ramps board. (take care for the correct orientation, see figure).
  8. Mount the extension board with 3x spacers and 3x nylon nuts.
  9. Lax printer on the side
  10. Screw in the power supply. User two 12 mm screws from the top.
  11. At the back use three 8 mm inch screws.
  12. Stick down the type label.