Powerbelt3D Zero Assembly Guide

This guide will walk you step-by-step through building your Powerbelt3D Zero. This page will be updated regularly with the most up-to-date information and best practices on assembly.

Frame

The Conveyor Rollers sub-assembly should include 12 M3x10 screws. It is optional, but encouraged, to drill through the conveyor roller at the location of the holes in the conveyor end cap. Then, use the M3x10 screws to add additional security to the connection between the conveyor end cap and the roller itself.

There are two endstop bumpers that press-fit into place on the X and Y axiis that help make endstop pressing more reliable. In the pictures below you can see how they are intended to be attached.

The x-axis bumper fits around the metal plate and bolt that holds the motion belt.
The y-axis bumper holds the endstop cable.

Electronics

Printers with serial numbers 1-38 use an MKS Base 8-bit control board. Please follow the wiring and stepper jumper images below.

Connect each component to the highlighted area on the control board.

MKS Base Gen L motor driver locations DRV8825

Printers with serial number 39 and higher use an SKR1.4 32-bit control board. Please follow the wiring and stepper jumper images below.

We're on Hiatus! No orders will be accepted through the new year. Wishing you all some rest and we're excited to launch some new projects in 2024.

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