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After unboxing, take the accessories from the compartment at the top of the foam packaging. This article guides you through all the steps necessary to correctly install the hardware accessories that come with the machine.
The first step of setting up your Ultimaker 2 Go is attaching the spool holder at the back of the 3D printer. Insert the spool holder into the hole in the back panel of the Ultimaker 2 Go and push it down until it snaps into place.
The glass plate, with blue tape applied to it, is the print surface of your Ultimaker 2 Go.
Before installing the glass plate, blue tape must be applied to it. Place strokes of the tape next to each other and make sure they do not overlap. Try to minimize gaps and do not put tape where the build plate clamps cover the glass plate.
To install the glass plate, open up the two build plate clamps at the front side of the build plate. Slide the glass plate onto the build plate until it fits into the clamps at the back. Close the clamps at the front to secure the glass plate.
Caution: The build plate clamps can be sharp. It is advised to use one of the hex wrenches for opening them.
The final step of the installation is connecting the power supply. First, make sure that the switch at the back of the Ultimaker 2 Go is in the Off position.
Connect your country-specific power cable to the adapter.
Connect the plug to a wall socket. The power cable is connected to the socket at the back of the Ultimaker 2 Go. Make sure that the flat side of the cable is facing down. Pull back the slider of the connector, insert it into the printer, and let go to secure the cable.
Caution: A mains socket with protective earth/ground terminal must be used. Make sure that the building installation has dedicated means of over-current and short-circuit protection.