On the 3D Printing Module
This label warns you of the hot surface. Avoid direct contact with the nozzle and hot end during printing or immediately after printing.
On the Heated Bed
Warns you of danger. Pay attention to any operations on the Heated Bed.
Warns you of the hot surface. Avoid direct contact with the Heated Bed during printing or immediately after printing. Wait several minutes before contact or use auxiliary tools like heat-insulated gloves.
Do not print directly on this surface; otherwise, you will damage the Heated Bed.
Do not touch the Heated Bed with bare hands during printing or immediately after printing.
There are no labels on the Heated Bed on Snapmaker 2.0 A150. Nevertheless, you should remain cautious in operation.
On the Print Sheet
Warns you of danger. Pay attention to any operations on the Print Sheet.
Warns you of the hot surface. Avoid direct contact with the Print Sheet during printing or immediately after printing. Wait several minutes before contact or use auxiliary tools like heat-insulated gloves.
Do not touch the Print Sheet with bare hands during printing or immediately after printing.
Safety symbols in Quick Start Guides and User Manuals instruct you to avoid damage or hazards during assembly and use.
Read the entire manual before use.
This 3D printer should only be used by trained operators aged 18 and above.
Do not leave the 3D printer unattended while it is on.
Do not touch the moving parts while the 3D printer is in operation.
Do not touch the nozzle, hot end, Print Sheet, Heated Bed, and uncured filament when the 3D printer is heating or printing.
Do not operate the 3D printer while tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication.
Do not let children use the 3D printer without the supervision and assistance of an adult.
Always cut the power supply before maintenance or modifications.
Turn off the 3D printer immediately if any of the following occurs:
- The 3D printer is on fire which persists after it is turned off.
- The 3D printer stops unexpectedly.
- Any damage is incurred to the interior components of the 3D printer.
- Any unusual light or sound comes from the 3D printer which has never occurred previously.
In all EU member states, the operation of 5150-5250 MHz is restricted to indoor use only.
1.4.1 Burns from Hot Surface
Touching the hot surface, including the hot nozzle, hot end, Heated Bed, Print Sheet, and uncured filament, will burn your skin. Should you be burnt:
(1) Get yourself away from the heat source.
(2) Immediately rinse your burnt area with cool running water.
(3) Remove any clothing or jewelry near your burnt area.
(4) Use painkillers if necessary.
(5) Cover the burn with a clean, dry bandage.
(6) Should you suffer from severe burn, seek medical help immediately.
1.4.2 Inhalation of Fumes and Granules
Printing with certain filaments will emit fumes or produce granules, which may irritate your respiratory system. Generally, we recommend you use safety addons and wear protective masks when printing.
Should respiratory irritation occur, immediately expose the victim to fresh air and seek medical help immediately.