There are two Y Rail Assemblies in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Each assembly is identical, but the left and right assemblies are mirror images of one another.

For this section you’ll need:

  • Shoulder Block Panels
    • (2) Shoulder Block Interior Panel
    • (2) Shoulder Block Top Panel
    • (4) Interior Y Rail Runners
    • (4) Exterior Y Rail Runners
    • (2) Shoulder Block Exterior Panel
    • (2) Shoulder Block Bottom
  • Y Rail Panels
    • (10) Y Rail Spacers
    • (4) Y Rail Mounting Plate
  • (64) 8mm bolts, washers and nuts
  • (18) skate bearings
  • (2) rod bushings
  • (4) 24″/605mm-long sections of aluminum angle (3/4″ or 19mm leg length)

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Revised 3 years ago
There are two Y Rail Assemblies in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Each assembly is identical, but the left and right assemblies are mirror images of one another. For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></a> <ul> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Interior Panel</li> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Top Panel</li> <li>(4) Interior Y Rail Runners</li> <li>(4) Exterior Y Rail Runners</li> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Exterior Panel</li> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Bottom</li> </ul> </li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></a> <ul> <li>(10) Y Rail Spacers</li> <li>(4) Y Rail Mounting Plate</li> </ul> </li> <li>(64) 8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>(18) skate bearings</li> <li>(2) rod bushings</li> <li>(4) 24"/605mm24"/605mm-long sections of aluminum angle (3/4" or 19mm leg length)</li> </ul>

Revised 3 years ago
There are two Y Rail Assemblies in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Each assembly is identical, but the left and right assemblies are mirror images of one another. For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></a></li>Panels</em></a> <ul> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Interior Panel</li> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Top Panel</li> <li>(4) Interior Y Rail Runners</li> <li>(4) Exterior Y Rail Runners</li> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Exterior Panel</li> <li>(2) Shoulder Block Bottom</li> </ul> </li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></a></li> <li>8mmPanels</em></a> <ul> <li>(10) Y Rail Spacers</li> <li>(4) Y Rail Mounting Plate</li> </ul> </li> <li>(64) 8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate <li>(18) skate bearings</li> <li>rod <li>(2) rod bushings</li> <li>(4) 24"/605mm sections of aluminum angle (3/4" or 19mm leg length)</li> </ul>

Revised 3 years ago
There are two Y Rail Assemblies in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although eachEach assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note thatidentical, but the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another. For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></a></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul>

Revised 3 years ago
There are two Y Rail Assemblies in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  Verify that the OD (outer-diameter) of your bushings match the OD of the hole at the center of each of the Shoulder Block Interior Panels. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.another. For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></a></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul>

Revised 3 years ago
There are two Y Rail Assemblies in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a right-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the right-hand side when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the panels in mirror fashion when building the left-handed assembly. Verify that the OD (outer-diameter) of your bushings match the OD of the hole at the center of each of the Shoulder Block Interior Panels. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems. For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></a></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul>

Revised 3 years ago
<p>ThereThere are two <em>YY Rail Assemblies</em>Assemblies in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a right-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the right-hand side when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the panels in mirror fashion when building the left-handed assembly.</p>assembly. <p>VerifyVerify that the OD (outer-diameter) of your bushings match the OD of the hole at the center of each of the <em>ShoulderShoulder Block Interior Panels</em>.Panels. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.</p>problems. For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></a></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul>

Revised 3 years ago
There<p>There are two <em>Y Rail Assemblies</em> in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a right-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the right-hand side when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the panels in mirror fashion when building the left-handed assembly.assembly.</p> Verify<p>Verify that the OD (outer-diameter) of your bushings match the OD of the hole at the center of each of the <em>Shoulder Block Interior Panels</em>. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.problems.</p> For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></a></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul>

Revised 3 years ago
<p>ThereThere are two <em>Y Rail Assemblies</em> in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a right-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the right-hand side when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the panels in mirror fashion when building the left-handed assembly.</p>assembly. <p>VerifyVerify that the OD (outer-diameter) of your bushings match the OD of the hole at the center of each of the <em>Shoulder Block Interior Panels</em>. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.</p>problems. <p>ForFor this section you'll need: <ul> <li><em>Vertical <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></li> <li><em>ShoulderPanels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></li> <li><em>YPanels</em></a></li> <li><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ah7IYFr3lQoAdHU0elpRLWE1YU5val9QYjhub1FvcVE&amp;usp=sharing" target="_blank"><em>Y Rail Panels</em></li>Panels</em></a></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul> </p>

Revised 5 years ago
<p>There are two <em>Y Rail Assemblies</em> in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a right-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the right-hand side when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the panels in mirror fashion when building the left-handed assembly.</p> <p>Check<p>Verify that the OD (outer-diameter) of theyour bushings you plan to use withmatch the OD of the hole at the center of each of the <em>Y Rail Assemblies</em>.<em>Shoulder Block Interior Panels</em>. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.</p> <p>For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></li> <li><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></li> <li><em>Y Rail Panels</em></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul> </p>

Revised 5 years ago
<p>There are two <em>Shoulder Block<em>Y Rail Assemblies</em> in the DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a right-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the right Y railright-hand side when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the panels in mirror fashion when building the left-handed shoulder block.</p>assembly.</p> <p>Make sure to match<p>Check the OD (outer-diameter) of the bushings you plan to use with the hole at the center of each of the <em>Shoulder Block Interior Panels</em>.<em>Y Rail Assemblies</em>. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.</p> <p>For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></li> <li><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></li> <li><em>Y Rail Panels</em></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul> </p>

Revised 5 years ago
<p><strong>Section notes:</strong> There<p>There are two <strong>Shoulder<em>Shoulder Block Assemblies</strong>Assemblies</em> in the DIYLILCNC V2DIYLILCNCv2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a right-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the right Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the panels in mirror fashion when building the left-handed shoulder block.</p> <p><strong>Metric/Imperial fork:</strong> Make<p>Make sure to match the OD (outer-diameter) of the bushings you plan to use with the hole at the center of each of your Shoulderthe <em>Shoulder Block Interior Panels.Panels</em>. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.</p> <p>For this section you'll need: <ul> <li><em>Vertical Brace Panels</em></li> <li><em>Shoulder Block Panels</em></li> <li><em>Y Rail Panels</em></li> <li>8mm bolts, washers and nuts</li> <li>skate bearings</li> <li>rod bushings</li> </ul> </p>

Revised 5 years ago
<p><strong>Section notes:</strong> There are two Shoulder<strong>Shoulder Block AssembliesAssemblies</strong> in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handedright-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the leftright Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the piecespanels in mirror fashion when building the right-handedleft-handed shoulder block.block.</p> Take a good look at<p><strong>Metric/Imperial fork:</strong> Make sure to match the images at the endOD (outer-diameter) of this sequence.  I managedthe bushings you plan to putuse with the pieces together backwards forhole at the photo shoot even though I designedcenter of each of your Shoulder Block Interior Panels. You want a pretty tight fit so that your bushings don't rattle around. However, if the darn thing!hole is too tight, your bushings can go in at an angle and cause binding problems.</p>

Revised 5 years ago
There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the images in steps 9 and 10. at the end of this sequence.  I managed to put the pieces together backwards for the photo shoot even though I designed the darn thing!

Revised 5 years ago
There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw togetherimages in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct).steps 9 and 10.  I managed to put the pieces together backwards for the photo shoot even though I designed the darn thing!

Revised 5 years ago
<a href="http://diylilcnc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/ShoulderBlock_08.jpg"><img src="http://diylilcnc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/ShoulderBlock_08-525x700.jpg" alt="" title="ShoulderBlock_08" width="525" height="700" class="alignnone size-thumbnail wp-image-1104" /></a> There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct).

Revised 5 years ago
&nbsp;<a href="http://diylilcnc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/ShoulderBlock_08.jpg"><img src="http://diylilcnc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/ShoulderBlock_08-525x700.jpg" alt="" title="ShoulderBlock_08" width="525" height="700" class="alignnone size-thumbnail wp-image-1104" /></a> There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct).

Revised 5 years ago
<img class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-903" title="ShoulderBlock_01" src="http://diylilcnc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/ShoulderBlock_01-300x225.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="225" />&nbsp; There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct).

Revised 5 years ago
<a href="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg"><img class="alignnone" title="Chris' THang" src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg"<img class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-903" title="ShoulderBlock_01" src="http://diylilcnc.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/ShoulderBlock_01-300x225.jpg" alt="" width="375" height="500" /></a>width="300" height="225" /> There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct).

Revised 5 years ago
<img alt="" src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" title="Chris&#039; THang"<a href="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg"><img class="alignnone" title="Chris' THang" src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" alt="" width="375" height="500" />/></a> There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct).

Revised 5 years ago
<img alt="" src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" title="Chris&#039; THang" class="alignnone" width="375" height="500" /> There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct). <img src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" alt="7" width="375" height="500" />

Revised 5 years ago
<img alt="" src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" title="Chris&#039; THang" class="alignnone" width="375" height="500" /> There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct). <img src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" alt="7" width="375" height="500" />

Revised 5 years ago
There are two Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. Take a good look at the attached image.  Many of these parts will screw together in more than one orientation (though only one orientation is correct). <img src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" alt="7" width="375" height="500" />

Revised 5 years ago
There are two Y shoulder block assembliesShoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left Y rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. <img src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" alt="7" width="375" height="500" alt="7">/>

Revised 5 years ago
There are two Y shoulder block assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/diylilcnc/6883688602/" title="7 by DIYLILCNC, on Flickr"><img<img src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="7"></a>alt="7">

Revised 5 years ago
There are two Y shoulder block assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left rail when facing the front of the machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block. <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/diylilcnc/6883688602/" title="7 by DIYLILCNC, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6217/6883688602_b37cea4d15.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="7"></a>

Revised 5 years ago
There are two <strong>Y Shoulder Block Assemblies</strong>Y shoulder block assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another. Follow these steps very carefully or you'll wind up with backwards shoulder blocks that must be broken down and reassembled. another.  The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left rail when facing the front of the machine).machine).  Make sure that you orient the pieces in mirror fashion when building the right-handed shoulder block.

Revised 5 years ago
There are two <strong>Y Shoulder Block Assemblies</strong> in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another. Follow these steps very carefully or you'll wind up with backwards shoulder blocks that must be broken down and reassembled. The following instruction set describes a left-handed assembly (meaning you'll install it on the left rail when facing the front of the machine).

Revised 5 years ago
There are two Y<strong>Y Shoulder Block AssembliesAssemblies</strong> in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another. Follow these steps very carefully or you'll wind up with backwards shoulder blocks that must be broken down and reassembled.

Revised 5 years ago
xxxThere are two Y Shoulder Block Assemblies in the DIYLILCNC V2 design. Although each assembly is made up of an identical set of panel pieces, note that the left and right assemblies are actually mirror images of one another. Follow these steps very carefully or you'll wind up with backwards shoulder blocks that must be broken down and reassembled.

Revised 5 years ago
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