TO INSTALL GLASS WITH CLIPS SLIDE THE GLASS INTO THE FRONT CLIPS AND THEN SNUG THE BACKSIDE IN AS THE FRONT SHOULD SLIGHTLY OVERLAP THE GLASS PLATE. Think like you're putting a battery cover on a remote, slide it in under the tab then should drop in place with slight push downward on the back corners.
the Go-3Dprint.com brand borosilicate glass is a wonderful upgrade but the glass is a bit off what the other glass seems to be, i made these so the 3mm thick glass is level or higher then the corner clips in key spots so the nozzle doesnt hit the clips on homing procedures and while purging the nozzle before the print, keep in mind i also used a small hand sized pair of bolt cutters to cut my bed springs in half and added a washer to the bottom(cut side of my springs) so the spring doesn't scratch up my bed frame. this allowed me to keep the same spring tension, the printer safe from damage, and also to install the glass (with blue build sticker and glue removed with acetone and a good clean fresh rag for the glue) with out the need to change any offsets or endure any hard ships, you'll notice a gap between one corner and the glass, this is so u can put a small piece of plastic under to lift the glass when you need to change tape or perform other maintenance in that area and not have to remove the corners as they can be a pain to get on there snug sometimes.
4 piece model set is for visual identification of the placement but could also work as a print.
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