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HP Designjet Color 3D Printer - Recycling

Recycle all materials per your local recycling guidelines.
Recycling Codes
System Component
Materials
Recycling Code
X (2) and Y (4) guide rod restraints (orange)
ABS
Model material guide (red, both halves)
ABS
Support material guide (black, both halves)
ACETAL
Material retaining clip (blue)
ABS
Material Carrier (clear top, black bottom and bottom cover. Latches, hinge pin and electronics not included)
PC
Material Spool & lid (gray)
PS - HI
Modeling bases
ABS
EEproms
Electronics
Desiccants can be recycled per your local recycling guidelines
All packaging materials can be recycled per your local recycling guidelines.
Follow your local recycling guidelines when recycling electronic components.

Removing the EEproms from the material guides

  1. Open the model and support material carriers and remove the material guides.
  2. With a small standard screwdriver, pry the two material guide halves apart.
    Figure : Pry the model material guide apart
  3. Recycle the EEPROM per your local electronics recycling guidelines.
  4. Recycle the material guides per your local guidelines.

Removing the desiccant from the material spool

  1. Remove the excess material from the material spool.
  2. Use a standard screwdriver to pry the desiccant cover open.
    Figure : Removing the desiccant
  3. Remove the desiccant and recycle per your local guidelines.
  4. Recycle the material spool per your local guidelines.

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