So RichRap (Rich Horne) started posting up some really good build tips on the Google+ discussion earlier today so in a bid to get more activity in the forum I thought it might be good to have people list some of their build tips here. Inserting Nuts Into 3D Printed Parts - Jos van der Plas If you still can't get them in, you can use a hobby knife to cut away some plastic. I also found it useful in some places to use a mini clamp to press them in. This worked really well! BigBox Frame Nut Traps "After trying to fit the first nut-trap - and it falling out many times then cross threading... I really did not like the idea of using sticky tape, so I put every single square nut into each plastic trap and added a small blob of superglue to each one - just allow it to run into the gap between the nut and the plastic, keep away from the thread, but don't worry if you do get superglue over the thread, it will not stop construction at all." Motor Cable Slack "Label the cables, using blue-tape and a marker or if you can find them, these awesome write on cable-ties. Also consider giving some slack on all your cable ends. And then make sure you fix anything that may move with a loop - the motor's are well worth doing with some longer cable-ties, I like to make sure all my motor cables are well supported." Z-Axis Cable Mount Photo / Tip "I used some superglue on the underside of all the cable-chain mounts, this is how they are orientated, as it can be a little hard to see on the build photo's. Also the cable ends need to be removed from the chain, they are not seperate parts."