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Unloading filament

LARGE VOLUME series 3D Printer

PRO series 3D printer

DESK series 3D printer

LARGE VOLUME series

Heat up the nozzle temperature to the printing temperature of the material which is inside your 3D printer at this moment. Click on the nozzle icon on the LCD screen (it will become RED to show you it’s powered on). Click on the active selection box below the nozzle to set the temperature (select temperature by clicking + until desired temperature is reached and click SET afterwards). You can also use the web interface to set the nozzle temperature.

Wait for the nozzle temperature to reach the set temperature.

Click on the button Unload Filament on the LCD screen or on your web interface or do it manually.

Push the black button on top of the machine to unload the filament by gently pulling the filament wire.

Manually: Push the extruder a bit and pull back the filament wire.

When you feel any obstruction or friction please stop pulling and push the filament back a little. There is a chance you have a blob on your filament..

 

PRO and DESK series

Heat up the nozzle temperature to the printing temperature of the material which is inside your 3D printer at this moment. Click on the nozzle icon on the LCD screen (it will become RED to show you it’s powered on). Click on the active selection box below the nozzle to set the temperature (select temperature by clicking + until desired temperature is reached and click SET afterwards). You can also use the web interface to set the nozzle temperature.

Wait for the nozzle temperature to reach the set temperature.

Click on the button Unload Filament on the LCD screen or on your web interface.

Push the black button on top of the machine to unload the filament by gently pulling the filament wire.

When you feel any obstruction or friction please stop pulling and push the filament back a little. There is a chance you have a blob on your filament.