Maybe it's just personal preference, but when I load in filament, I prefer to use the "change filament" menu to preheat the nozzle and have it auto-extrude until I'm satisfied with the extrusion. It's also easier to preheat to the desired temperature with a single button press.
Additionally, I'm surprised that a second sample of PLA isn't included so that the user can dual print right out of the box.
Dont know if we want to mention it but on step 18, on the main screen if you just push the temp read out that is in purple, that will take you right to the temp settings. Just a bit of a shortcut.
So filament needs to be removed from the extruders before packaging? feed tubes also? where do those go in the box?
Step 25 would be better done through the change filament screen, using "continuous" until filament starts coming out the nozzle
may be good to note the orientation of the printer for step 10. Currently you could stand the frame up so the control box is on the right hand side and install the bed backward. Something like stand frame up so the contol box/ electronics chassis is on the left hand side.
On step 8
you shouldnt have to loosen or tighten the the y cable chain mount, you just have to pull the chain to the side and rotate.
the phrasing used is a little confusing. " plug in both Y axis motor connections" Just my personal opinion, it might be fine
there is no note about the retention connector for the bed power
Make note that the z will home when powered on
Picture shows user holding the feed tube to insert the filament into the idler. Would be better to hold onto the filament itself like in step 26
Step 32 image of inserting usb drive? Notes on where to find it
Zoom out of picture to show heated bed wiring on left side of bed.
Step says plug in BOTH connections, but only one connection is clearly visible. Need a better picture of the second connection being made.
Include a side view of the filament fed through filament sensor 1.
Zoom out in the first picture to illustrate that there is only one tube. Currently looks he is holding filament tube 1 in his left hand and inserting a different tube with right hand.
In third picture, lift the end of the tube being held in left hand to put it against a white background. Then annotate the picture by circling the filament coming out of the tube.
An approximate measurement (10 mm?) of how deep to the filament tube would be helpful here.
Replace "E1" with "Extruder 1 (E1)"
Need more detailed instructions with exact button to push. Unclear from figures. For example, do I hit the "10" button at the bottom of the screen and then push the E1 "+" sign and then watch the filament extrude?
More detail needed on "flows cleanly." That is not self evident for a newbie. Perhaps at least add a picture of filament flowing "cleanly"
Add a picture of this.
Here are some ideas for annotations for steps 6 and 8: