Cleaning Pro Cure

If you thoroughly wash your parts after each print, Pro Cure should not require frequent or deep cleaning. When it is time to clean Pro Cure, follow this procedure.

Use IPA to remove resin

Droplets or small pools of resin should be cleaned immediately. Pro Cure's high-powered LED array will rapidly and thoroughly harden any resin inside its chamber, so it's important to make sure that your parts are completely clean before they are placed in the curing chamber.

If you do get resin inside the curing chamber, use IPA 91% or higher to break the resin down and wipe out the affected area with a damp cloth. Repeat the process until the resin has been completely removed.

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Clean the chamber with glass cleaner

To remove fingerprints, smudges, IPA, or other debris, spray glass cleaner directly onto a soft cloth or paper towel and wipe out the inside of the chamber. Avoid getting abrasive cleaning products on the LED arrays.

Clean the exterior with a soft cloth

Use a soft cloth to clean the exterior surfaces of Pro Cure. Make sure to never leave cleaning materials on top of Pro Cure, especially while curing, as it contains the convection heater vents.

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