Remember to clean the nozzle with acetone every time you finish a spool of material.
Try to keep your machine and its environment clean, especially the bottom plate of the printer.
Remember to check if the head is not clogged with the filament remains before each new print.
Clean the perforated plate before each print. Watch out not to damage the plate as it can result in losing the conductivity between the extruder and the perforated plate.
Be sure to check if the perforated plate is not deformed in any way before each print.
Remember to clean the bottom of the perforated plate every 300 working hours.
Every 500 working hours, check if axes are not contaminated with the filament remains as it can cause problems with their movement.
Make sure to check the drive belt tension on X, Y axis of your machine every 500 working hours.
Lubricate your X, Y axes rods every 250-500 working hours.
Check if the screws mounting heating block are tightened every 700 working hours.
Check if the fans in your machine are working properly every 400 working hours.
Before each printing check if Z axis rods and screw are not contaminated with the filament remains.
Be sure to always use extruder with adaptor when exchanging the extruder cable in your printer. Using wrong version of the cable with your PCB can cause damage.
Be sure to perform auto calibration of the perforated plate every time you start a large print.
Always use the newest version of Z-Suite and Firmware. You will find them in the download section.
Be sure to use the latest version of the hotend while printing with new Z-materials.
The main thing you should consider while printing thin models is the proportion between the wall thickness and the height of a model.
If deformed elements start to appear during the printing process (hanging threads of the material) it means that the percentage of support that you have set was not sufficient.
It is important to consider the possibility of shrinking and warping while designing a model. Such defects are mainly caused by different physical properties of each material.