|Hood||The upper cover of the printer is made of strong material that protects the material from curing under the influence of ambient light. The hood of the Einstein has no locking mechanism. You can open or close it manually by rotating the hood on its hinges.|
|Material Tray||The material tray consists of two plastic frames with a special membrane called Pre-Stretched Assembly (PSA) between them, which fits snuggly over a piece of glass when installed on the printer.
|Pre-Stretched Assembly (PSA)
||Pre-Stretched Assembly (PSA) is located inside the material chamber and is comprised of a film and a plastic frame.|
|Safety Glass||The Safety Glass is under the material chamber and consists of a glass panel and a metal frame inside the Einstein printer.|
|Material Tray Latches||The latches of the material tray are part of the locking mechanism that secures the material tray in place.|
The build platform is an assembly comprised of a large, flat platform, a handle, and a connection cavity.
The flat area of the build platform is where cured material will adhere during the printing process. The build platform is nickel plated. It is used for medical and technical applications.
|Knob||The knob is a part of the locking mechanism that secures the build platform in place.|
|Scraper||The main use for the metal scraper is to remove the built parts from the build platform. Apart from this, the scraper can also be used to remove material residues from the build platform. For more information, check the Detaching Models from the Build Platform page.|
|X-Acto Knife||Use it to cut the supports off your models as precisely as possible.|
|PWA 2000 Parts Washing Apparatus||The Parts Washing Apparatus is a convenient tool to assist in cleaning any uncured resin from 3D printed models. The convenient removable basket allows for ease of use when dipping or extracting objects from the tank. For more information, check the Cleaning Models page.|