So you've decided to buy a Sapphire Plus printer (maybe after reading my review). You've received it and now, you start the puzzle...
Well, the manual includes few pictures and its wording is poor. I'll try my best to list the operations required to build the system.
The manual is available here.
Since everything will be dependent on the base chassis, you must make sure the wiring is correct first, before installing the side columns, it'll be much easier to fix if you don't have the top part when tilting the machine.
On my system, there was 3 cable trays with only one containing some wires in it. Unfortunately, the wired wire was wrong.
In your system, you'll have this once it's plugged (don't plug it now, but be aware about how it will look like once it is, so you'll be able to stop any error before making them):
You must follow the cable that's inside the cable tray to make sure it's labelled X motor and that it goes to the X motor position (as shown in the picture above). Similarly for Y motor.
For now on, I'll call the
bottom left hole the cables that must go through the
X motor label, and
top left those that should go to the
Y motor label,
bottom right for the other cables (most of them), not shown in the picture above and
right for the hole on the right used by the bed and hotend, it's the only true round hole on the base.
bottom left hole, you'll have:
top left hole you'll have:
bottom right hole, you'll have:
right hole, you'll have:
Seen from above, it'll look like this:
The wires will be connected to the MKS Robin Nano V1.2 board following this pinout: