Unbox the Machine

Model [] Hylo.01
Category [] Installation [ ] Operation [ ] Maintenance

Summary

The procedures that follow gives instructions on how to:

  • Unbox the Hylo™ machine from the crate.
  • Move the machine to its designated work location.

Estimated time: 45 minutes

Tools

Qty Description Specification
1 Camera, Digital N/A
1 Step Ladder 3 steps, minimum top step height 26 in
1 T-Handle Key 8 mm hex size
1 Wrench 7/8" Size, 6-3/8" overall length
1 Wrench 15/16" Size, 6-7/8" overall length

Parts Information

None required.

Personal Protective Equipment

Qty Description Minimum Specification
1 Safety Eyewear ANSI/ISEA Z87.1
1 Safety Footwear N/A
A/R Gloves Work

Examine the Shipping Indicators

The AON3D warranty will come in effect upon the date of reception of the machine. In order for AON3D to respect this warranty, the customer must provide clear photographs of the ShockWatch® 2 and the two TiltWatch® Plus indicators to our Customer Success team at help@aon3d.com. Make sure that your Reception Department (Shipping & Receiving) has been made aware of the importance of providing our Customer Success team with above-mentioned photographs.

  1. Examine the ShockWatch® 2 indicator, found on the rear panel of the shipping crate.
  2. Take a clear photograph of the ShockWatch® 2 indicator and note if one of the two top and/or bottom windows are red. ShockWatch® 2 Indicator
  3. Examine the two TiltWatch® Plus indicators located on the crate’s exterior panel.
  4. Take a clear photograph of the two TiltWatch® Plus indicators and note if a tilt greater than 30 degrees has been recorded. TiltWatch® Plus Indicating no Tilt Greater than 30-Degrees
  5. Send photographs of all three indicators to our Customer Success team at help@aon3d.com.

If either of the ShockWatch® 2 indicator windows are red, and/or if either one of the two TiltWatch® Plus indicators show(s) a tilt greater than 30 degrees, the machine may have been damaged in transit. Reach out to our Customer Success team at help@aon3d.com.

Remove the Crate Panels

Keep the crate in storage for a minimum of 90 days. After the minimum period, the user may dispose of the crate according to local regulations.

One of the side panel changes into a ramp to help with the removal of machine from its platform.

  1. Remove the metal clip removal tool found on the side panel of the crate. Clip Removal Tool Location

    Make sure unloading area is clear before the removal of the metal clips. The metal clips can fly away from the crate when removed. Failure to clear the work area can result in personal injury.

    Crate - Deployed Ramp

  2. Remove the 32 metal clips and the five panels in the sequence that follows:

    1. Remove the ten metal clips that hold the top panel (1) to the front (5), rear (7) and side panels (2 & 6). Remove the top panel (1).
    2. Remove the eight metal clips that hold the ramp side panel (2) to the front (5) and rear (7) panels and to the crate platform. Remove the ramp side panel (2).
    3. Use the side panel (2) as ramp. Put the ramp on the floor and onto the two hinges of the crate platform (8).
    4. Unfold the metal plate (3) at the end of the ramp (2).
    5. Remove the two wooden pieces (4) between the front (5) and rear panels (7).
    6. Remove the five metal clips that hold the front panel (5) to the side panel and to the crate platform (8). Remove the front panel (5).
    7. Remove the five metal clips that hold the rear panel (7) to the side panel (6) and to the crate platform (8). Remove the rear panel (7).
    8. Remove the two metal clips that hold the side panel (6) to the crate platform (8). Remove the side panel (6).

    Clips Removal

    If the clip removal tool is not available, a claw hammer can be used to remove the clips.

Clips Removal Using a Hammer

Remove Machine from the Crate

Always use a minimum of three persons for the procedure that follows. The machine weighs in excess of 523 kg (1154 lbs.) and can cause injury, and/or damage equipment, if control is lost when the machine is moved.

  1. Use the wrenches to raise the four machine leveling feet. The wrenches are located in the front drawer of the machine.
  2. Carefully move the machine over the ramp and onto the floor.
    1. Use one person on the front of the machine and one person on the back of the machine to guide it.
    2. Use one person in the opposite side of the ramp to push the machine over the ramp.
  3. Move the machine to its designated work location.

Remove Packaging

  1. Remove the plastic wrap around the machine.
  2. Remove the plastic bag that covers the machine.
  3. Remove the protective film on the screen of the machine.
  4. Remove foam behind the screen of the machine.

Inside the Cold Plenum

Remove Velcro® Tape

  1. Press the cold plenum hood release button located on the right side of the machine.
  2. Open the cold plenum hood.
  3. Remove the red Velcro® tapes and foam from the XY-axes motion assembly.
  4. Close the cold plenum hood.

Inside the Chamber

Unlock Door when Machine does not have Power

  1. Unlock and open the build chamber door while the machine does not have power:
    1. Use a 3 mm hex key to loosen the door latch override hatch screw (1).
    2. Rotate the door latch override hatch (2) to reveal the latch override (3).
    3. Use a 8 mm T-handle hex key to rotate the latch (3) override counterclockwise.
    4. The machine operator can now open the build chamber door.
  2. Remove the packages inside the machine chamber under the vacuum chuck.
  3. Close and lock the build chamber door while the machine does not have power:
    1. The operator uses a 8 mm T-handle hex key to rotate the latch override (3) clockwise into its initial position.
    2. The machine operator manually closes the build chamber door.
    3. The AON3D Interlock Safety System automatically locks the build chamber door latch.
    4. The operator uses a 3 mm hex key to tighten the door latch override hatch screw (1).
    5. The operator returns the machine to service.

Last modified: June 7, 2024