Resin Tray Jams While Printing


During the printing process, the resin tray jams while in exposure mode, and is unable to perform its usual rotation motion. When this happens, Ember makes a grating sound, and the control panel displays that the resin tray has jammed. When Ember detects this problem, it will attempt to autocorrect. This will be indicated on the control panel. 


The cross-sectional area of your print is so large that the adhesive force of the print to the PDMS exceeds the torque of the motor that drives the rotation plate.


If you run a print without the resin tray and it still jams, your jamming sensor needs to be adjusted.

Increase the motor voltage, use a lattice infill tool such as MeshMixer, or reduce the overall size of your print. 


Adjust your jamming sensor.

If you need additional help with this issue, submit a support ticket.

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