I guess this is more a solution waiting for a problem type of project but you have to admit it looks nice. I needed 12 segments plus the end pieces to complete my chain. I don't know about the variance of cable length so YMMV of course.<br><br>Assemble the complete chain before mounting it in the machine. The tolerances aren't super tight but I made the pieces quite rigid to keep them from flexing too much. Once the chain is mounted it starts getting tricky adding pieces due to lack of space.<br><br>The angled piece replaces the original little black clip that secures the cable to the bed, just unscrew it and replace with this thing.<br><br>To secure the bottom end piece I used double sided tape since I didn't want to drill any holes in the machine. Make sure you angle it correctly so that the chain doesn't curve under the bed. I suggest that you manually move the bed up and down a few times to make sure everything clears before letting the machine do its thing on its own (don't ask me how I know, let's just say this wasn't the first design...).
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