|Check chiller water levels
|Check water levels in chillers and refill with distilled water as needed (see the gauge on the back of the chiller)
|Clean chiller dust filters
|Remove the chiller cases and clean out their dust filters
|Cull scrap materials
|Sort scrap materials in grey drawers and under Bumblebee's desk into "Usable - keep as is", "Usable - needs trimming” and "Too small to keep.” Throw the latter in the dumpster, and for pieces that need trimming, cut unuseful sections off with the band saw. Sort pieces to be kept into their respective drawers or back under the desk. Guidelines: keep wood items larger than ~50in² and acrylics larger than 15in². Smaller colored acrylics may be kept too. Other materials, use your judgement or ask.
|Thoroughly vacuum out debris
|Vacuum out all of the debris that accumulates in the back and sides of the cutting chamber, as well as all of the debris that has fallen below the laser bed.
|Sweep underneath each laser
|Sweep out whatever debris has fallen on the floor underneath each laser. Some of this might be useful tools or other items that have gotten lost, so look things over before immediately tossing everything in the trash.
|Clean dust filters on intake fans
|Remove and clean the small dust filter on the 120mm case fan on the left side of each laser.
|Clean optics and level the bed
|Please only attempt these if you've been trained to do them.