After Aborting

For most methods of aborting a print job, please perform the steps below. If your job was aborted due to a resin-tray leak, see the section Recover from Resin-Tray Leak below.

  1. Fully post-process the build parts, as fully cured parts can be disposed of in regular trash. Please see the Post-Processing Guide for more information.
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  1. Check the resin tray for partially cured material. If the part did not finish building, it is possible that partially cured bits fell into the tray. If you suspect there is partially cured material in the tray, Run a Resin-Tray Cleaning.
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Recover from Resin-Tray Leak 

  1. Fully post-process the build parts, as fully cured parts can be disposed of in regular trash. Please see the Post-Processing Guide for more information.
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  1. Remove the resin tray as per the section Install Resin Tray. Hold a drip tray under the resin tray as you remove it.
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  1. Empty the resin tray and clean it, as in the section Clean Resin Trays. Inspect Resin Tray for any damage that could have caused the alert/spill; if damaged, discard according to all government regulations.

  2. Remove, inspect and clean Catch Tray (if required).

  3. Clean up all spilled material according to Hardware Troubleshooting item HW4.

  4. Install a new, or used/compatible resin tray and perform the steps to allow it to fill with material.