Brill 3D Culinary Studio Advanced Preparation Checklist

NOTE: Unless governed by prior arrangement, Brill Inc. is not responsible for loading 3D Sprint software on the user’s workstation(s). Thus, BEFORE THE 3D PRINTER SYSTEM ARRIVES, ensure that your workstation is capable of supporting the requirements of both 3D Sprint software and communication with the printer via your network.

Checklist

Review this list with a network administrator, IT department, facilities manager, and/or other responsible person within your organization. Please complete the following information:

This form is not digitally submitted to any entity. The form must be printed out and faxed/emailed.

Company Name:
Telephone (with area code):
Contact (print full name):
Date faxed:
Email:

 

Please place a check in each box once that item is complete.

General Printer Requirements

Final installation site is selected. The intended physical location for the Printer should be selected in advance, and checked for adherence to the guidelines set out in this guide.
3D Sprint computer operating system and workstation configurations are compatible and meet the minimum requirements as stated in the Part-Preparation Software section.
Flooring where printer will be located is non-porous and suitable for cleaning regularly, has an incline of less than/equal to 0.25 in/ft (2.1 cm/m), and does not have excessive vibrations
Flooring can take the total weight of the printer(s) in the room(s) they are in.
Enough surge-protected, 15A circuits have been installed to accommodate the number of printers your ordered. Enough power outlets have been installed on these circuits. Circuit is protected by an overcurrent protection UL 489 listed-certified as “branch type”.
If desired/required, you have purchased enough uninterrupted power supplies (UPS) for the number of printers purchased.
You have a material-storage area set up that can be kept at 64.4-78.8°F (18-26°C). Temperature of printer space can be kept at 64.4-78.8°F (18-26°C).
3D-Printing space can be kept below 40% relative humidity (RH).
3D-Printing space is less than 0-6,561.7 ft. (0-2,000 m) above mean sea level.
HVAC can perform at least six air changes per hour and printing space is well-ventilated.
A method of removing the crate(s) from the shipper’s truck has been arranged (forklift/pallet jack is required) and is available to transfer the crate(s) to the de-crating location.
Your receiving area, hallways, and printing space have the necessary doorway/passageway clearance to move either crated or uncrated components of the printer.
You have purchased all desired third-party equipment and supplies.
You have set up food-waste containers, including a flammable-waste container, and have arranged for a company to dispose of your waste according to all government regulations.

Network Information

Enough Cat-5e/Cat-6 Ethernet outlets have been installed to accommodate the number of printers ordered.
TCP port 5000 using REST API over HTTP is available.
If printer will use 3D Connect™, an internet connection via gateway/NAT, using port 443 with encrypted connections is available.
Additional networking equipment has been purchased that your network administrator has determined you need.

Post-Processing Equipment

Final installation site for the Finishing Station is selected. The intended physical location of your post-processing equipment should be selected in advance, and checked for adherence to the guidelines set out in this guide.
Flooring where Finishing Station will be located is non-porous and suitable for cleaning regularly.
A surge-protected circuit (separate from the printer) with space for a 15A max, 120V machine is available. Circuit is protected by an overcurrent protection UL 489 listed-certified as “branch type”.
An appropriate storage area (racks, etc.) has been been set up for your printed parts, according to your purposes. Bins and/or pans for part transportation have been purchased.
If desired/required, you have purchased an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) for your Finishing Station.
A method of removing the Finishing Station crate from the shipper’s truck has been arranged (forklift/pallet jack is required) and is available to transfer the crate to the de-crating location.

 

Before the 3D Culinary Studio is installed into this facility, we acknowledge that the installation site complies with the specifications stated in the Brill 3D Culinary Printer Facility Requirements Guide. Once the 3D Culinary Studio is installed, we agree not to alter any of the required specifications listed in this manual without consulting our reseller. If alterations are made without consulting our reseller, it may void the system’s warranty.

Customer Signature: Date:
   
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