Free Zeta System INDUSTRIAL LINE 4.0 and INDUSTRIAL X LINE

The Free Z System is an important feature in WASP printers that allows you to shoot a print from a specific height. This is especially useful if you want to change material or color during printing or in case of unexpected interruptions. Here’s how to use the Free Z System:

MEASURE THE HEIGHT OF THE PREVIOUS LAYER:

  • First, you’ll need to measure the Z value (the height) of the last printed layer. You can do this by following these steps:
  • Access the menu: PREPARE / FREE Z SYSTEM.
  • Using the command arrows, slowly move the nozzle closer until it touches the previous printed layer.
  • When the nozzle is in contact, confirm by clicking “GO FOR GCODE.”

G-CODE FILE SELECTION:

  • You will now need to select the G-code file that contains instructions for resuming printing from a specific height.

WAIT FOR THE FILE TO LOAD:

  • The printer will start loading the G-code file. The length of this process can vary depending on the size and complexity of the file. Be patient while the printer completes loading.

RESUMPTION OF PRINTING:

  • Once the G-code file has been successfully uploaded, the printer will start printing from the corresponding layer at the specified height. This allows you to easily handle material changes or interruptions without having to restart the entire print.

Note: Keep in mind that this can take several minutes, depending on the height of the workpiece.