OK - Still didn't answer if you were able to get adequate gas (refrigerant) into this before running it.
Compressor if failed might have done the same bull as the last one and find some junk at "o" tube again or oil dumped out of compressor. Kinda means all those parts new now aren't so good and by rights should go again!
Try this anyway while intact: Check static pressure vs this chart with real accurate temps known, cold engine just to see if temp matches pressure or close. Chart............
This could show you lost refrigerant already. A known good touchless infrared thermos would really be needed to know temp then you know pressure and vs verse with known contained gas.
If off it's not impossible to have leaked badly - gauges while charging or the system new parts or not. Stinks.
Nothing is easy to get at and lucky you could undo stuff without breaking the next item down the line and might have so rule out leakage and even with a free exchange compressor may not solve this without possibly needing all you did again and more if a leak on something not replaced but connected.
Current pressures suggest it's doing something and really would expect a lower low if low charge which is why Nacho (total pro at this stuff) suggested an issue with "O" tube so quickly and makes some sense.
Spin compressors with oil before installation. I can't have a clue how long it sat or what was done before suddenly engaging if totally dry is harsh instantly.
Belt it tight - right? Not slipping at belt or clutch from a mess or anything else to throw off the diagnosis?
Just in general quality of parts is disappointing and I've been done with this stuff and general work for quite a while now just what I need for myself and in no time parts stink IMO.
Any which way this could be a real bummer and starting whole thing over again, contortionist acts and all.
Good luck. Test what you can while intact then choose your approach based on best info you can gather,