¶ Step 2: Remove the PTFE tubes from both AMS lite and the printer and disconnect the power supply.
¶ Step 3: Remove the purge wiper, take off the build plate, fold the screen, and uninstall the external spool holder (if already installed).
Unscrew the screw of the purge wiper and remove the purge wiper
¶ Step 4: Uninstall the cable box and unplug the 3 connectors
¶ 1. push the heatbed to the other end of the screen.
¶ 2. Rotate A1 90 degrees backward and place it upside down on the edge of the table (it is recommended to cover the table with a hardboard to protect the printer), with the printer base facing towards yourself, to proceed with removing the cable box.
Please note that before proceeding with the following steps, ensure the printer is stable on the tabletop and support the printer base with your hands.
¶ 3. Loosen the pre-installed screws on the cable box at the indicated positions and disconnect the three connectors.
¶ 4. After pulling down the cable box, remove the Type-C connector.
Gently pry open the yellow cable card slot and uninstall the cable box. If you encounter any difficulties during the process, please refer to the operation instructions in the unboxing video. You can use an H1.5 Allen hex to pry open the cable slot to avoid damaging your nails.
¶ 1. Push the heatbed way to the end in the direction of the screen, and remove the Y-axis rail cover.
¶ 2. Remove the 12 screws, during which you may need to push the heatbed once to locate the positions of the last 2 screws.
¶ 3. Push the heatbed to the end in the direction of the screen, and then slide the Y-axis rail cover back into place.
¶ Step 6: Secure the tool head with zip ties and install protective foam and cardboard.
¶ Step 7: Separate the printer gantry frame from the printer base.
¶ Step 8: Tighten the four screws on the heatbed to prevent damage to the heated bed unit during transportation.
¶ 1. Push the heatbed to align the edge of the nozzle wiper approximately with the groove on the printer base. This will roughly align the four screw holes on the heatbed with the printer base for the next step of screwing them in.
¶ 2. Rotate the base 90 degrees so that the screen is positioned directly above.
¶ 3. Tighten the four screws to secure the heatbed. If the screws cannot be tightened, make slight adjustments to align the holes on the heatbed with the corresponding holes on the base.
¶ 4. Check the status of the heatbed and ensure that it is securely fixed and can not be moved after tightening the screws.
We hope that the detailed guide we shared with you was helpful and informative.
We want to ensure that you can perform it safely and effectively. If you have any concerns or questions regarding the process described in this article, we encourage you to reach out to our friendly customer service team before starting the operation. Our team is always ready to help you and answer any questions you may have.