I am slowly making progress, have my work table built, and this morning’s temperatures were low enough (mid-90’s) that I spent some time in the garage finishing some sanding of the table and torsion box. Still need to attach the torsion box to the roll-around table, and then I can start assembly of the MPCNC.
My question is about where the cabling tends to be, from pictures of others’ builds, it looks like there is always a group of cables/wires in the “front” , which appears to be the X-axis, is that correct? Reason I ask is that I built the roll-around table sized to fit in a section of my garage, and it’s longer than it is wide. So if there is going to be cabling, etc. hanging off one side, I was thinking that I’d orient the MPCNC so that anything hanging off the side will be over the excess width of the table, figure that’ll make it less likely to get snagged on something when I roll the table back into its storage spot.
Or is it arbitrary as to how/where you route the wiring? I built the table longer than needed so I’d have space to put the display and possibly a laptop or whatever.