Keep-in zone for routing copper pipes of the tungsten-plug. Route pipes between Maytec profile and cogwheel.
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Keep-in zone for routing copper pipes of the tungsten-plug
Route pipes between
Maytec profile and
Once the top roller centering is done you can route the copper pipe between Maytec frame and cogwheel. There is enough space for that. However I would like to define a keep-in zone for the copper pipe. Why?
This avoids that the pipes are getting too close to the cogwheel. Mark will mount a screw on the cogwheel pointing upstream for touching a rotator home switch (not shown in CAD).
The keep-in zone also defines a min distance to the collimator which allows me to wiggle a bit the z-position of the cogwheel frame for tuning the gap between slider and tripod downstream screw. So when the copper pipe go over the Maytec frame with this min distance we avoid any interference with the Maytec frame in case we have to tune z-position again.