Sanitize Printer Surfaces

CAUTION: To avoid warping, do not use hot water when cleaning any of these components. Use warm water instead.

CAUTION: Before performing any preventative-maintenance procedures, unless a procedure specifically calls for the printer to be turned on, power the Printer down according to the section Shut Down Printer.

 

Frequency: Daily
  1. Use a clean, dry scoop or rag to remove loose powder from the deck.
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  1. Clean the touch screen with a damp microfiber cloth. It is important to use microfiber, or another anti-static cloth, as static discharge can cause the screen to shut off. Pay close attention to the grooves around the corners of the touch screen, where powder is most likely to accumulate.

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  1. Wipe down the following areas with your sanitizing solution and a clean, dry cloth:
    1. Deck
    2. Exposed areas on the printhead and gantry
    3. Printer exterior
    4. Inner surfaces of hood
    5. Inside corners of the hood

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Do NOT clean the front or rear Gantry Rails unless performing monthly maintenance.

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