I'm in the process of assembling workbee 1500x1500 (screw driven) and I came across of a strange problem. After assembling Y plates and moving the eccentrics all the way it should be to allow biggest clearance between the wheels, manual says that when i run any piece of C-Beam between the wheels, it should wobble a bit. In my case instead of it being wobbly, i hardly put that C-Beam inside. I think its too tight already. Shortest C-Beam which will be used for Z-Axis is not entering by itself by gravity. I must push it in. And it happens on both - left and right Y-plates assemblies. What should I do? Now I've assembled also z-plate with wheels and only one way to move C-Beam through (and it moves very smooth then) was to loosen all the M5 bolts so all the wheels are wobbly when I move them. Maybe that's the way it should be then? Have bolts loosened? Maybe I'm overthinking it? I will try to complete that build, then I will check if it's ok But still, that Y-plates wheels are still worrying me a bit. Also i've got another question. i've seen on openbuilds official tutorial video that you guys at Openbuilds are using maximum amount of wheels that are possible for that Y-Plates (and that was for 1000x1000 build). In Ooznest instruction i'm told to use 2 pairs on the top and 2 pairs on the bottom (like on my photos uplaoded). I's it sufficient for 1,5m x 1,5 workbee machine? I've asked Ooznest support too but it's saturday so maybe i will get faster some suggestions here.