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1. Introduction

1. Introduction
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1. Introduction
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General information
General information
General information
The package with the printer is heavy! Always ask another person for help with handling.
For the assembly, prepare a clean workbench with a space of at least 1 m x 1 m (40 in x 40 in).
We're recommending a bright light above your workbench. Some parts of the printer are dark and inadequate light could make a very difficult procedure.
What awaits you during the unpacking
What awaits you during the unpacking
What awaits you during the unpacking
Because of transportation, some of the fragile parts must be safely packed separately in the printer package. This manual will take you through the installation of these parts on the printer.
These parts will be installed:
xLCD assembly
Multi-Tool nextruder assembly
Spool holder
Wi-Fi antenna
Tools in the package
Tools in the package
Tools in the package
Tools in the package
The package includes:
Some of the tools are intended primarily for regular printer maintenance. You won't need them for this manual. At the beginning of the assembly chapter is a list of the necessary tools.
Torx key TX6, TX8, TX10
Allen key 2.5 mm, 4.0 mm
Wrench 13-16
Universal wrench
T10 screwdriver
Philips PH2 screwdriver
The printer's package contains a lubricant, which is intended for maintenance. No need to apply it during the assembly. There is a dedicated online manual Regular printer maintenance.
Labels guide
Labels guide
All the boxes and bags including parts for the build are labeled.
The LCD Fasteners bag includes an extra spare of each part contained in the bag. The amount of spare parts is written on the label. This number is included in the total number of each type of part.
Cheatsheet
Cheatsheet
Your package contains a letter, on the back of which is a Cheatsheet with drawings of all the necessary fasteners.
The fasteners drawings are 1:1 scale, so you can compare the size by placing the fastener on the paper to make sure you are using the correct type.
You can download it from our site prusa.io/cheatsheet-xl. Print it at 100 %, don't rescale it, otherwise, it won't work.
Silicone sock
Silicone sock
A silicone sock is supplied with each Nextruder package.
The main function of a silicone sock is to keep the temperature in the heater block stable, which improves the printer's performance.
Also, it keeps your hotend clean from filament dirt and protects it in case the print detaches from the print surface.
You will be asked to install the sock later in this guide.
How to install the sock - check the article.
View high resolution images
View high resolution images
When you browse the guide on help.prusa3d.com, you can view the original images in high resolution for clarity.
Just hover your cursor over the image and click the Magnifier button ("View original") in the top left corner.
We are here for you!
We are here for you!
We are here for you!
Lost in the instructions? Missing screw or cracked printed part? Let us know!
You can contact us using following channels:
Using comments under each step.
Using our 24/7 live chat at shop.prusa3d.com
Writing an email to [email protected]
Are you ready to get started on the assembly? Let's move on to chapter 2. Printer unboxing.
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