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This guide will get you started setting up your Cartesian Co. Argentum - Desktop Electronics Printer for the first time and then printing your first circuit. If you run into any difficulties along the way, you can always check out our [[troubleshooting]] guide.
 
This guide will get you started setting up your Cartesian Co. Argentum - Desktop Electronics Printer for the first time and then printing your first circuit. If you run into any difficulties along the way, you can always check out our [[troubleshooting]] guide.

Revision as of 01:54, 15 August 2017

Welcome

This is the documentation for Argentum v1.0. If you have a different version, please select the correct guide.

First Use v1.1 First Use v1.2

This guide will get you started setting up your Cartesian Co. Argentum - Desktop Electronics Printer for the first time and then printing your first circuit. If you run into any difficulties along the way, you can always check out our Troubleshooting guide.

Open the Box

Set your assembled pinter down on a surface with plenty of room and open the box. If you’re using a box cutter be careful not to cut too deep past the tape as there may be cartridges underneath.

Remove the top layer of foam and accessories box and set them aside. Then remove the packing foam from the sides of the printer.

Next you can remove your Argentum from the box. It's best to try to hold it by the sides as they're the strongest. Try to avoid holding the printer from the corners, front and back as they could break easily.