Risk of injury from crushing caused by automatically moving printer parts: The printer may only be operated by instructed and specially trained personnel.
Risk of injury: Do not use materials other than those delivered by ETEC. Observe the relevant Safety Data Sheets for the materials.
Risk of equipment damage: Make sure the build platform is clean, the material tank is properly installed, and there is enough material in the material tank before starting a print. Failure to do so will result in failed builds and damage to the equipment.
Important: Before starting a print, the software checks the buildstyle in the job matches the material tag on the printer. If they do not match, the job will not start.
Important: To pause a job, select the Pause Job button. All other methods will likely result in a failed build. Proceed with caution.
To start a job:
1. Go to the Prints tab.
2. Select the job folder from the Queue or USB Drive if the required job folder is on the connected USB drive.
Tip: Press Layers to preview the layers of your job. You can also select the layer to start your build job from.
3. Press Print to start a job.
Important: Once the print job has completed successfully, the build platform will move up to the upper-end switch or stay where it printed the last layer. The settings in the configuration file determine the build platform movement after the print is completed.