Safety with the XiP

General Usage

The XiP is a precision manufacturing tool that must be handled with care and operated safely. Make sure to read and understand the following safety alerts prior to installation and use. Failure to do so can result in fatal injury or damage to the equipment.

 

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Use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when handling resin and solvents, including cut and abrasion-resistant gloves, safety goggles, smock, and vapor respirator if recommended by SDS of resin or solvent.

 

Asset_2_UVCAUTION.png The light engine used in LSPc emits UVA radiation which can damage eyes with prolonged exposure. Use protective glasses rated for 99.9% UVA protection when working around the light engine or post-cure equipment.

 

Asset_3_MVINGPARTS.png The printer contains mechanically moving parts. Keep extremities away from moving parts when they're in motion to avoid injury.

 

Asset_4_WARNING.png Using non-approved resins, membranes, and accessories (filters, resin system, etc) may increase risk of spill, equipment damage, or injury.

 

Asset_4_WARNING.png It is the user’s responsibility to verify suitability of material and process for application requirements. In no case shall Nexa3D be liable for loss, death, or injury caused by products produced on Nexa3D printers or with Nexa3D materials. Nexa3D expressly disclaims any implied or explicit warranty of fitness for any particular usage.

 

Asset_4_WARNING.png Immediately clean spilled resin from the printer, or it may cure and cause surface damage when removed. Surfaces may be cleaned with IPA or xCLEAN.

 

Asset_5_NOTE.png Resin Storage: Resin polymerizes when exposed to UV light sources, including sunlight. Store resin in original containers and in a cool, dark location away from sunlight.

 

Asset_1_Teamlift.png XiP is a heavy object. A two-person lift is required to prevent injury and avoid damage to the machine.

 

Radio Interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. Refer to section 3.4.2 of the User Manual for further information.

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