The material tray consists of two plastic frames with a special membrane called Pre-Stretched Assembly (PSA) between them, which fits snugly over a piece of glass when installed on the printer.
As the build platform moves up taking the exposed part away from the PSA, it pulls the membrane up finally releasing it and allowing the parts to separate. The build platform then moves back down and the next image in the sequence is projected; the cycle repeats itself.
The material tray is consumable with an approximate lifespan of up to 90 prints. Order a new material tray before the current tray expires or becomes damaged. The expired material tray can be disposed of.
Important: Use a different material tray for each type of material to avoid contamination. If that is not possible, clean the material tray carefully and thoroughly.
Important: It is important to install the material tray in the same manner every time.
1. Locate the front and back of the material tray.
2. Position the material tray so that the back of the tray is facing away from you, towards the printer.
3. Slide the material tray under the material tray rails on the right and left sides as far in as it will go.
Notice: Make sure the material tray is positioned properly. Incorrect positioning can lead to print failures.
4. Make sure the material tray is secured.