Do not attempt to lubricate the cutting-plotter
Such action may cause it to break down.
Provide sufficient space around the plotter so that
it does not strike any objects in its vicinity during
Such contact may cause misalignment in cutting or plotting.
When using the cutter, take care not to extend the
blade more than necessary.
An overly extended blade will damage the cutting mat and
adversely affect the cutting quality.
Do not place the plotter on an incline, areas subject
to many vibrations, or other unstable locations.
If the plotter falls, it may sustain damage.
Run a test cut when cutting media with unknown
Running a cut operation with incorrect setting values may
cause a large overload to the blades and device or a system
Do not clean the plotter using volatile solvents such
as thinner or benzene.
Such action may impair its performance.
When using indoor lighting such as fluorescent or
other electrical lamps, provide a distance of at least
one meter between the plotter and the light source.
Move the tool carriage slowly when moving it
manually in order to load the medium or for other
Moving it quickly may damage the plotter.
Do not place magnetic cards, diskettes or similar
items in the vicinity of the tool carriage.
The magnetic force may destroy the data on the magnetic
cards or diskettes.
Close proximity of such a light source may cause the sensor
to malfunction and prevent proper size detection of the media.