Hi folks, Here's a quick question about v-slot wheel orientation: Can they be used horizontally instead of the usual vertical orientation? What do I mean? Vertical = the standard gantry type router builds like the Ox. The wheels ride above and below the rail; mounted on a plate that is parallel with the rail in an upright position. The weight of the gantry pushes the top wheels down into the middle of the rail slot, applying pressure to both edges of the wheel. The wheels on the bottom don't hold gantry load, and act as stabilisers. Horizontal = an atypical setup, virtually the opposite of vertical. I want to know if you can think of any reasons why I shouldn't do it this way - because this is my preference! To be clear : the mounting plate will be oriented horizontally; as is the rail. The wheels will be on the sides of the rail (rather than top/bottom), and the load will be applying pressure to only the bottom sides of the wheels. [Relatively, there will be twice as many wheels under load, as all wheels in the assembly are loaded.] How much load are we talking about? I expect roughly 25lbs / 10kg. The wheels are the solid delrin type, rather than the v-wheel. Appreciate your consideration!