Quick Start Guide - Funmat HT

     

    Auto-Level Sensor Calibration

    Make sure you perform level sensor calibration EVERYTIME anything about the hotend has changed.......New nozzle, heatbreak, hotend, even loosening the hotend mounting screws......it only takes a few seconds, and can save your glass buildplate and/or leveling switch. 

     

    1. Go to "Material" and select PLA
    2. DO NOT Load Filament
    3. Ensure Machine is at Room Temperature
    4. Make sure that Nozzle is unobstructed by the extruder shroud
    5. Select "Auto-Level Sensor Calibration" form Build Plate Leveling menu
    6. Machine will warm itself up
    7. Manually trigger the auto-level switch by pushing up on nozzle (only for April 2019 Firmware update)
    8. If you lose the leveling card, it is a 0.2mm gap - you can use a standard feeler gauge for this
    9. Adjust jog wheel until nozzle is close to leveling card -- exact distance (this is very important - barely any resistance should be felt)
    10. Click Next, and the process should be completed
    11. Proceed to Manually level the build plate under buildplate>manual level
    12. Once manual leveling is complete you MUST proceed to initiate and complete an autoleveling sequence.


    In short:


    This process MUST be completed before printing or you risk breaking your glass, leveling switch, and hotend. 

     

    Auto-Leveling Process 

    1. Ensure silver buildplate support screws (5 supporting sub-plate) are hand-tight
    2. Heat buildplate to 120ºC
    3. For the first time, it is recommended to manually level the buildplate, following on-screen instructions
    4. Proceed to auto-leveling process
    5. Ensure the extruder touches 3 points on the buildplate

     

    Schematic View

    Intamsys Funmat HT - Layout Diagram - Front SideIntamsys Funmat HT - Layout Diagram - Right SideIntamsys Funmat HT - Layout Diagram - Left Side


     

    1.  Display 6.  N/A 11.  Handle 16. USB Connection
    2.  Jog Wheel 7.  Leveling Screws 12.  Filament Runout Sensor
    3. SD Card Reader 8. Heated Fans 13.  Wifi Camera
    4.  Inside Extruder 9. Door Handle 14.  Power Plug


     

    User Manual

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    Support Videos

    Aligning The Hotend Properly




    Cleaning the Extruder Gear After a Jam or Clog




    Cleaning the Nozzle Before Each Print




    Changing the Hotend




    Loading & Unloading Filament




    Maintenance Cleaning and Lubing




    Manual Bed Leveling




    How to Take Apart and Rebuild the Extruder Hotend




    Printing Flexibles, and How to Make It Easier!




    Replacing the Extruder Motor




    Setup Simplify 3D




    How to Setup CURA Slicer