Snap maker user manual

Hello,

I have the Snapmaker Artisan 3-in-1 3D printer quick start guide. At the bottom of page 80 (Step 28/28) it says:

To move the Enclosure and/or the machine refer to our online User Manual: on the navigation bar of the Snapmaker official website, click Support > Product Support > Snapmaker Artisan > User Manual.

When I go there I can only find a link to the quick start guide. Is there something I am missing?

Click on the Wiki “Learn More” link.

Thanks, but again, I can only see the quick start guides listed.

It’s an online manual with links for maintenance, tips and tricks, and troubleshooting. That and the quick start guide are all you really need. What in particular are you looking for information about?

Thanks, I would like to read what is said about moving the enclose and/or the machine… as referenced at the bottom of page 80 of the quick start guide.

The version of the Quick Start guide online doesn’t mention anything about moving the machine or enclosure on page 80. I’ve misplaced my printed copy so I can’t check it.

At the end of the day its no big deal but I was just wanting to read the information that is referred to…

I was looking for that about 3 months ago but couldn’t find anything.
So I unscrewed the enclosure from the machine (the two side screws), unplugged the cords, removed the enclosure then the moved the machine to the new location then reassembled everything back together.

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Yeah… I kind a figured it out myself but was curious to know if there was any information I should know about, hence my question.

Thanks for getting back to me.

It’s on page 79 in the online manual, which is why I didn’t see it. They’re likely talking about the clamp that secures the enclosure to the machine. You can shift the enclosure horizontally around the machine with that clamp in place, but if you want to lift the machine, you need to remove those clamping screws and lift the enclosure and machine separately.

That’s what I thought. Was just looking for confirmation in the manual. Thanks again.