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Getting Started

Setup and learn about the various parts of your printer.

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Congratulations on getting your Deltaprintr 3D Printer!

Before you begin unboxing your printer, please read the following instructions below. Failure to follow instructions could result in damage to your printer. If you’re stuck on anything or have questions, feel free to ask our community in the forums or contact us. We’re always here to help and our response time is usually within 24hrs.

Sample of the "3D Printing for Beginners" book.

WARNING: The Deltaprintr 3D Printer generates high temperatures and includes moving parts that can cause injury. Never reach inside your 3D Printer while it is in operation. Always allow the 3D Printer to cool down before reaching inside.

WARNING: Do not leave your 3D Printer unattended while it is printing, especially around young children or pets.

CAUTION: In case of emergency disconnect power supply from wall socket.

CAUTION: The socket outlet must be located near the equipment and must be easily accessible.

Step 1

Before you begin assembling your Deltaprintr, check to see if you’re missing any parts by reviewing the BOM (Bill of Materials). If you’re missing parts, feel free to contact us.

Step 2

Begin assembling your printer by following the video tutorial. Feel free to pause the video if you need to.

Missing information from video: Before plugging your PTFE tube into the hotend and extruder, make sure that the ends are open. When they are cut to length, they tend to get squeezed. A good way to remedy this is to use a 2mm drill bit to drill out the ends of the tube. This ensures that when the PTFE tube gets held in place by the pneumatic fittings on the hotend and extruder, the tube doesn’t get squeezed and creates friction when filament passes.

FIRE HAZARD: Make sure the thermistor does not fall out of the hotend. If it does, the printer will think that the hotend is cold and proceed to keep increasing the temperature, which could lead to a runaway hotend. We recommend you secure the thermistor with Kapton Tape (it is resistant to high temperature).

Instructions coming soon!