The Y-axis is basicaly stock. The only real changes I made were reorienting a bolt in the motor mount.
The 360° bearing parts are a little challenging to get the washers in next to the bearings.
Next came the Z-axis. This had major changes. The tensioner was removed and the motor mount was combined with the lead screw base.
Finally I assembled the lead screws. The change here was to use the different pulleys that have the integrated pulley washers. I also used nylocks instead of the normal nuts called out.
Next time I will talk about the frame and final assembly.