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Maintenance schedule

General housekeeping

Asiga printers require very little preventative maintenance.

It’s best practice to keep your Asiga printer as clean as possible. This means cleaning up resin drops or spills with IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) but also preventing dust build up.

Asiga recommends using a microfibre cloth with cold water to wipe down the outside of the printer.

Follow all instructions and safety advisories mentioned below.

Cleaning the glass surfaces

Eye or skin contact with uncured resin may cause irritation.

Always wear nitrile gloves.

IPA is a flammable chemical.

Inspect the mirror underneath the glass basin. This can attract dust & may cause print defects.

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If the glass is dirty:

  • Remove the basin by unscrewing these 4 screws.
  • Carefully blow away the dust. Avoid touching the mirror as it may smudge.
  • If the mirror is too dirty, consider replacing it.

MAX Basin Glass

Keeping the basin glass clean on your MAX is extremely important.
The projector will reflect the image through this window & smudges will impact it’s performance.

Watch the below video on how to clean the basin glass.

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Platform calibration

Regular platform calibration will ensure your MAX keeps running smoothly.

Asiga recommends calibrating once a month or ever 20-30 prints.

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Firmware & software

We are continuously working hard to improve our products.

There are regular new firm/software releases with exciting features or speed improvements.

To check if there is a new firmware available for your printer, click on the “ASIGA” logo in Composer for recent announcements!

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  • Download the latest version
  • Upload the firmware to your MAX here
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