Got my 3D Chameleon today and have spent the last 2 hours getting familiar with it...
I have one of those systems with an "enclosed base", and my Y axis homing switch in the back, so I have to get creative and design a 3dC switch mount that goes in the front, and fits in the gap under the bed (which means it has to lay flat, and to the side). That's no problem.
I have a BMG Direct Drive IDEX printer and am connecting the 3dC to E2. I plan to mount a spool system above and behind the printer to feed the 4 colors into the 3dC - hence why I reversed the motor mount and have the PTFE tube facing forward and down.
Is there any reason I can't and/or shouldn't shorten the PTFE tubes coming out of the 3dC motor assembly? What about the tube from the 3dC Y-adapter to the BMG extruder? I can make that really short so it doesn't flop around as shown in the picture.
Finally - if I completely screw this up and need to replace the PTFE tube - what are the specs on the tube so I can order replacement? I saw mention of 4mm compression fittings for inside the 3dC filament selector - would it be possible to get a link to replacement for those as well?