Gents, The stepper motor on the left of my printer as you look at it needs replacing, with the other side not far behind. Well, the bearings are failing I believe; clicking followed now by a gridy/teary noise whilst printing. Carefully sticking my hear near to the thing makes me suspect the motor bearings at least, could be the belt idlers/pulleys too/instead i s'pose.. I ran the default/provided firmware which seems to have the motors running hot. Also, my machine is partially enclosed and insulated and during the initial excitement of printing abs/polycarbonate I neglected to cool them properly so I haven't approached E3D for warranty replacements (chamber temps at 60 degrees at the top, passively heated by the heatbed). They were very hot to touch, but I wouldn't have said 80 degrees, though I didn't IR thermometer them so it's possible. Two stick-on 40mm heatsinks have since drastically reduced temperatures but I intend to either actively air-cool (40mm fan and heatsink) or watercool them (probably air). Anyway: back to the crux of my post: Has E3D released/can they email me draft assembly instructions and specs for the motion system assembly? I want to replace the stepper motors/replace the current ones bearings. I'm sure I can work it all out, but I'm also pretty sure they will have at least working standards/SOP's for their assembly team. It would make my life easier (I'm a mech-eng. so can do it myself, but a reference is always appreciated!). Thanks for any input in advance guys. KR Jai.