The Y-axis rods are centralised to the wooden frame rather than the Z-axis mounting.
The other hitch was the coupling for the Z-axis and threaded rod needs a hole 28mm across and I only have a 25mm drill bit, rather than go and buy a new drill bit I have taken the potentially foolish option and will just file the corners of the mounting bit down to fit (it only 2’ish mm of the corners)
I think it clear the one on the right is the one I have filed down a bit, I was quite curious how well this would file down, and it seems to work quite well, I guess on an actual thing, you would want to take account of the infill level. but here I just wanted it to fit, and am not too worried about the strength
As another quick visual check I have placed all the bits together again, and think is looking quite promising. (the top plate is accidently rotated 180 degrees) but it’s only a mock up.
Also compared to a Prusa I have lost quite a bit of build area. At the moment I think it will be something like X:180mm Y:160->205mm Z:135mm
And unlike the Prusa I intend to rotate the Extruder by 90 degress, to save a little bit of space, Im not sure why this is not done allready. I imagin I will find out in the future, but for now that is the plan.
Next I really need to figure out how I am going to mount the belt and pully for the Y-axis.