How to Replace the Right Rod

[ Manual Pro2 Series - How to Replace the Right Rod - V1.0 ]


① 2.5mm wrench 

② 2mm wrench 

③ Philips head screwdriver

1. Unload the filament.

1)     In the “Utilities” tab, verify that the temperature is the set as the recommended temperature for your filament. (For example, 215℃ for Raise3D PLA)


2)     Adjust the temperature if required. Press the “Unload” button to unload the filament.


3)     The printer will begin to heat up to the designated temperature. Once the temperature is reached the target temperature, select the “Unload” to unload the filament.


2. Power off the printer. 


3. Remove the 8 screws on top cover with the 2.5mm hex wrench. 

4. Remove the screws on the upper and lower edges of plastic covers with Philips screwdriver and remove the air filter fan at the same time.

Note: some models may require unplugging the air filter fan.

5. Cut the ties holding the harness at the lower side of top cover.  

6. Lift the top cover up manually. 

7. Loosen the retaining screws, limit position collet and Pulley with the 1.5mm and the 2.0mm hex wrench.


8. Pull the rod out from the right side of printer. 

Note: Carefully set aside the pulley, limit position collet and bearings when taking the left rod out. 

9. Put the bearing, pulley and limit position collet back on the rod before it reaches the sliding block. 

Note: Put the belt around the pulley when putting the pulley onto the rod.

10. Push the rod through the sliding block. Reinstall the other pulley, limit position collet, bearing back on the rod.

Note: Put the belt around the pulley as well.


11. Push the rod into hole in frame as far as possible.

12. Move each pulley to their ends of the rod.

13. Hold the pulley firmly in place and tighten the screws on the limit position collet. 


14. Verify the rod is held firmly in place.

15. Check if the firm install is complete. If there is any movement, loosen the screws on pulley and repeat steps 12 to 14.

[ Manual Pro2 Series - How to Replace the Right Rod - V1.0 ]