Safety Symbols and Definitions
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD: High voltage electricity is accessible in the vicinity of this sign or behind the access panel. High voltage can cause severe burns or death, as well as fires. Access panels are for service only and should be opened only by certified service personnel or trained maintenance personnel.
HOT SURFACE HAZARD: A hot surface is accessible in the vicinity of this sign or behind the access panel. Avoid contact. Hot surfaces can cause burn injury or fire. Allow surface to cool before touching. Access panels are for service only and should be opened only by certified service personnel or trained maintenance personnel.
HARMFUL IRRITANT WARNING: Indicates that skin or eye irritation could result while exposed to a chemical composition.
CAUTION: Indicates the possibility of loss of data or damage to equipment.
WARNING: Indicates the possibility of injury or death to personnel
WEAR GLOVES: Wear the appropriate gloves when required. Heat gloves are necessary when touching surfaces that may be hot to ensure burns don’t occur.
NOTE: A note signifies important information but not information of a critical content.
First Aid and Protective Equipment
The following paragraphs provide general first aid procedures and recommendations for protective equipment to minimize the risks from material exposure. If professional medical attention is necessary, take the Global Harmonized Standards/Safety Data Sheet (GHS/SDS) for the exact material involved to the attending physician.
If molten material gets on skin, cool rapidly with cold water.
Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if symptoms persist.
Move affected person to fresh air. If respiratory irritation occurs, if breathing becomes difficult seek medical attention immediately.
Ingestion is unlikely. If ingested, drink plenty of water and seek immediate medical attention. Do not induce vomiting.
- To find out facility disposal requirements, contact a local waste disposal provider. (Local environmental regulatory agency should have a list of qualified providers.) You will need to give disposal service provider a copy of the part material GHS/SDS (Global Harmonized Standards / Safety Data Sheets). SDS information regarding the part and support material can be found at the following links. VisiJet® M2 Cast SDS, VisiJet® M2 ICast & VisiJet® SUW SDS.
- 3D Systems assumes no liability or responsibility for proper disposal of part material. Proper disposal of part material is the sole responsibility of the user.
- For proper Isopropyl alcohol (IPA) disposal, please refer to the manufacturers Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
- Under normal operation, inhalation is not an expected route of entry.
- Ingestion - Ingestion may cause nausea, diarrhea and/or stomach pain.
- VisiJet® M2 Cast & M2 ICast is non-toxic if ingested.
- Hazardous decomposition products: Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and other toxic fumes can be released at high temperatures or upon burning.
Handling Finished Parts
- Finished parts can be handled or disposed of the same as standard household wax products. This material is not intended for and cannot be used for medical implant, food or drink handling applications.
- Appropriate hygienic practices should be followed, including washing with soap and water before meals, breaks, smoking, applying cosmetics, using toilet facilities, and after work. Ensure a convenient washroom location is provided with access to soap, water, and disposable paper towels.
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The material cartridges are packaged in shipping cartons. Upon receipt of material shipments, inspect cardboard carton exterior for signs of damage and leakage. If leakage is observed, DO NOT open carton, and contact 3D Systems’s Technical Support Hotline. If no leakage is observed, keep the material cartridges in their cartons and store until material is needed.
- EU regulations
EINEC/ELINCS/NLP: All materials are listed
REACH Annex XVII: None listed
- US FEDERAL
TSCA: All materials are listed on the TSCA Inventory or are not subject to TSCA requirements:
California Proposition 65: This product does not contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to
cause cancer, birth, or any other reproductive defects.
SUSDP, Industrial Chemicals Act 1989:
Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances, AICS: Listed
Chemical Risk Information platform (CHRIP):....Listed
Industrial Health and Safety Law....Article 57-2
Hazardous material....not applicable
Organic solvent poison prevention rule....not applicable
Ordinance on prevention of hazard due to specified chemical substances....not applicable
Lead Poisoning Prevention Rule....not applicable
Poison and Deleterious Substance Control law....not applicable
PRTR and Promotion of Chemical Management law (PRTR Law).... no listed components
Fire Services Act....not applicable
Explosives Law....not applicable
High pressure gas safety law....not applicable
Export Trade Control Order....not applicable
Waste Disposal and Public Cleaning Law....applicable. Before disposal, consult an approved waste disposal operative to ensure regulatory compliance.
- Spills of material are HIGHLY UNLIKELY, and should NOT occur in normal operation of the 3D printer system. If a leak occurs, it is an indication of a serious 3D printer system malfunction.
- Spills of support material can be cleaned without use of protective gear, and disposed of as office trash.
- Promptly remove spilled material, dispose of waste material, and clean up materials per local regulatory requirements. Suspend use of the 3D printer system until you contact 3D Systems Technical Support for a service visit to determine and repair the source of the leak.
- If material is molten, allow it to freeze before clean up. Scrape the material loose from the floor if necessary and vacuum or sweep the solid material into a closed container. Place material in an appropriate container for disposal.
- Consider avoiding placement of the 3D printer system over carpeting, or consider use of barriers to avoid the possibility of carpet damage if spills were to occur.
See Material Disposal
|ProJet® MJP 2500W||ProJet® MJP 2500 IC|
VisiJet® M2 Cast (Part)
VisiJet® M2 SUW (Support)
VisiJet® M2 ICast (Part)
VisiJet® M2 IC SUW (Support)
|Shelf Life||5 Years||5 Years||2 Years||2 Years|
|Climate||Cool, dry area with adequate ventilation|
|Temperature Range||60°F (16°C) to 80°F (27°C)|
|Maximum Storage Temp||95°F (35°C)|
NOTE: For optimal results, keep stored cartons closed and sealed until material cartridges are ready for use.
Always check material “Recertification Date” before use. Do not load material cartridges into 3D printer system if cartridge date has expired. When printer detects an expired cartridge, it aborts the build and rejects the cartridge. If a job is printing when the cartridge expires, it will try to continue to complete the job. If the next cartridge is expired, it won’t use it.
Support (white) material must be loaded in the left side of material drawer. Part (gray) material cartridges must be loaded in the right side of material drawer. Before loading cartridges into 3D printer system, inspect the cartridges for signs of damage or leakage. Do not load a damaged or leaking cartridge. Dispose of material cartridge according to local regulations.
Storing a Partially Used Material Cartridge
To store a partially used Material Cartridge, tighten vent cap and store it upright and not on it's side to keep vent cap from clogging.
Material should be stored in their original containers, according to the guidelines given in the GHS/SDS included with the material.