... and on the guide.
> Sandpaper and a file are likely optional. They are only necessary if the 3D printed impeller isn't a perfect fit.
Do you get any "support" queries from people who buy the impeller and then try to fit it, and it's tight (by your own admission a deliberate design choice) and they try to email you or return the impeller? Not trolling, genuinely curious.
Also, anything that comes up that takes significant back and forth with a customer, I immediately add to the iFixit writeup. All the troubleshooting steps at the bottom were a result of questions that came in at the beginning. This was a lot of work up front, but it's thankfully just a trickle now.
Wow. This is genius. You should write a click-baity blog post titled "This Weird Trick will always get your products 5-star ratings"
Or spoken in more buzzword silicon valley speak - you have to set customer expectations and then aim to exceed them.
Sorry but isn't it 'under-promise and over-deliver'? Just double-checking...
I've dealt with quite a few vendors who over promise and under deliver...