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Start by laying out all of your Fula-Box components on a table
Red arrow: Rollers with Bearings
Green circle: Hydrometer
Blue rectangle: Screws, washers and fittings
Pink rectangle: Desiccants
Yellow arrow: PTFE Tube
Make sure that the two rollers(green arrows) each have a bearing press-fit on either side. It's okay if the bearings are loose as the screws will hold them in place.
Grab four of the included M5 x 10mm screws(blue rectangle) and four of the M5 washers.
There are also two M6 washers included in the kit, make sure to save these for a later step.
Slide the rollers in from the top of the box, and hold them over the screw mounting points. Tighten each side until there is light pressure on the washer.
Over tightening can crack the Fula-Box casing and can prevent the rollers from spinning freely.
We have also provided the Roller STLin case you want to print your own.
Open both desiccants from their vacuum sealed packaging.
Place them at the bottom of Fula-Box, tucking them beneath the rollers, towards the edge of the box, ensuring they will not obstruct the filament.
Align the screen so that the numbers are facing right side up.
Gently click the screen into place by pressing on each of the clips.
Clip 1 - blue
Clip 2 - pink
After clipping into place, the hydrometer should be fully flush against the Fula-Box surface.
Fula-Box can be placed next to your printer, or on top of a shelf. Based on your location preference, choose either port on the front or top of Fula-Box.
Thread the PTFE fitting into your chosen port location.
Seal off the other filament port using the M6 screw and M6 rubber washer.
Gently push the PTFE tube into the PTFE fitting.
You should feel the tube click and lock into place.
The included PTFE tube is 1 meter long and designed to be trimmed for your application.
Place the Fula-Box in its intended location and measure the length of PTFE needed to reach your printer.
Trim the remaining amount with a PTFE cutter or scissors.
Having the PTFE loop or kink can hurt your printer's ability to extrude, so make sure to trim to the proper length.
When loading filament into Fula-Box, ensure that the filament path is loaded straight into the PTFE fitting.
Loading in the filament at an angle will lead to extrusion problems and damaged filament.
Congrats on your newly assembled Fula-Box and Happy Printing :)
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Refreshing Fula-Box Desiccants
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