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Kossel Mini 3D Printer
Congratulations! After carefully reviewing the Safety Guidelines, you are now
ready to set up the machine for printing.
Turn on Kossel Mini by turning red e-stop button on top of the machine.
Open Repetier Host.
Establish a connection to the printer.
Click Home All to home the printer.
Turn on the heat to the extruder to warm the hotend at 170 °C.
1. Open STL file in KISSlicer.
The default settings will print well under most circumstances. You
may edit the print parameters but print quality may suffer.
2. Click Slice.
3. After slicing, click Save.
1. Load g-code into Repetier Host.
2. Click Run to begin printing.
3. The effector will lower and pause so that you can deploy the Z probe.
4. After the auto-leveling routine is complete the printer will pause again so
that you can retract the Z probe.
5. The print will then begin.
If at any point during operation you need to stop the machine due to
error, please hit the e-stop button on top of the electronics cabinet.
Please be very careful retrieving your print from the print bed. Thin,
fragile parts should be removed with care to prevent breakage.
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