had this printer for 3 days but before I set about printing anything else I wanted to fix the minor issues the printer had.
one of them is the dreaded axis wobble that leaves your prints with pretty little lines along their sides
noted that the issue had been taken into account and a few "fix's" had appeared on thingiverse but when looking at a few of them I couldnt help thinking they were a little to "over engineered" and a little wasteful tbf.
so I made my own which utilizes the existing brass 8mm lead screw nut (other designs seem to abandon this nut in favour of a hex nut or similar... tbh I dont know why?, the brass nut is designed for the lead screw and it works perfectly fine afterall)
installation couldnt be simpler.
simply remover the 4x bolts holding the brass nut to the axis ends, then loosen the 8mm lead screw from the coupler below.
unscrew the lead screw from the brass nut.
now take the brass nut and using the 4x bolts originally used to mount it to the axis, instead bolt it to the new part design.
re-install the new part in place as shown in above pictures.
tighten the coupler back up.
re-level your axis.
and presto... job done.... nice smooth sided part (see example above of first part printed after fix install)