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v4.0

Major VersionM

by Blake Klein

Introduction

Test

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Tools

Parts

Video Overview

  1. Grab the appropriate box for the item.
    • Grab the appropriate box for the item.

    • Note: The box should fit the item you are shipping while leaving room for packaging material.

    • Press the creased edges along the longer sides of the box.

    • Locate the two open ends of the box.

    • At each end there are two small flaps attached to the narrow sides of the box.

    • Press these flaps towards the inside of the box until they are perpendicular.

    • On the side where you folded in the two smaller flaps, locate the long and narrow flap that is flat along the outer edge.

    • Locate the part of the flap with a crease and fold the top portion with the crease inwards until it is perpendicular.

    • Fold the entire flap inwards until it is flush with the top of the box.

    • Fold down the rounded rectangular flap that is attached to the other flap and insert it into the slit on the side of the box.

  2. Insert the item into the box. Insert the item into the box.
    • Insert the item into the box.

  3. Fill the box with the appropriate packaging materials. Fill the box with the appropriate packaging materials. Fill the box with the appropriate packaging materials.
    • Fill the box with the appropriate packaging materials.

    • Apply the proper label to the box for shipping.

    • For international boxes, remember to attach the additional label.

    • Close up the end of the box just as you did with the other end.

    • Apply a single, straight line of tape around the box.

    • Be sure to go fully around the box with the tape.

    • Do not overlap tape multiple times.

    • If not OK take a picture

  4. Check for coupling misalignment Parallel offset - notice that the coupling top and bottom piece do not share the same axis of rotation
    • Check for coupling misalignment

    • Parallel offset - notice that the coupling top and bottom piece do not share the same axis of rotation

  5. Using s6 Allen key, loosen the 4 M8 hex screw Using s6 Allen key, loosen the 4 M8 hex screw
    • Using s6 Allen key, loosen the 4 M8 hex screw

  6. Remove all 4 loosened M8 hex screws Be careful not to hit the load cell unnecessarily, as this will affect the accuracy of the device.
    • Remove all 4 loosened M8 hex screws

    • Be careful not to hit the load cell unnecessarily, as this will affect the accuracy of the device.

  7. Use 1/2" wrench to remove bolt.
    • Use 1/2" wrench to remove bolt.

    • You may need to use a little WD40 to break the bolt loose.

    • Use degreaser here.

    • Self Signoff

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