Cleaning DLP Anti-Leakage Glass

The guidelines apply to the maintenance of the AccuFab-D1s printers.



When there is dust, fingerprints, or resin contamination on the anti-leakage glass, or when the anti-leakage glass prompt appears: The AI module detects that the printer with serial number has been running for over six months. Keep the anti-leakage glass clean to ensure successful prints. Follow the guidelines provided by Shining 3D to clean the Anti-Leakage glass.


Tip: To protect the anti-leakage glass from dust, keep the AccuFab-D1s cover closed when the printer is not in use.


Required sources

Nitrile gloves、Cell phone light、PEC*PAD contaminant free wipes、lens cleaner



Estimated time: 1minutes


Before performing maintenance

Preparing the workspace

Prepare a dust-free workspace for cleaning the Anti-Leakage Glass and an additional space for storing the accessories of the resin Tank during replacement.


Unplug the printer

Before performing maintenance, please turn off the printer and disconnect the power cable from the printer. Do not perform maintenance on the printer while the printer is connected to power.



Performing maintenance on the printer while it is plugged in increases the risk of electric shock. 



Removing the consumables

Before conducting printer maintenance, it's essential to remove the build platform and resin tank to prevent resin from dripping into the printer cavity.



Resin may cause skin irritation or an allergic skin reaction. Wear Nitrile gloves when handling liquid resin. If it comes into contact with the skin, wash skin with plenty of soap and water.



Remove the anti-leakage glass

Wear clean Nitrile gloves, gently lift the screws to remove the metal frame, and then take out the Anti-Leakage Glass.


Tip: Hold the glass on both sides with both hands, avoiding touching the surface of the anti-leakage glass as much as possible.


Step 1: Inspecting the Anti-Leakage Glass


Inspect the anti-leakage glass under normal lighting for dust, fingerprints, or cured resin. 



Step 2: Cleaning the Anti-Leakage Glass 


Spray an adequate amount of lens cleaner on both sides, then wipe the glass with a PEC*PAD contaminant free wipes. Ensure that there are no noticeable water stains or dust on the Anti-Leakage Glass under normal lighting.

Install the Anti-Leakage Glass

First, tilt the Anti-Leakage Glass and gently place it into the groove.  As there are magnets inside the groove,  lightly attach the metal frame to complete the installation.


Tip: It is recommended to clean the Anti-Leakage Glass once a week.






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