Just thought I would share this. After use, you sometimes end up with floaties in the Form Wash that then stick to your newly printed parts after washing.
Once the parts dry, it can be difficult to remove the debris and it’s kind of annoying. Whilst this isn’t a perfect solution (I think the perfect solution is to have some kind of internal cleaning mechanism), I’ve designed an accessory that seems to be working fairly well in capturing particulates left in the wash.
I made a 3D printed holder that has magnets on it, which clips into the Form Wash brackets. It holds a generic PC dust mesh filter on Amazon that slides into a slot and it hangs in the Form Wash basket. While the Form Wash does a run, particulates stick to the mesh filter and once a wash is done, you can scrape off or clean the filter and re-use it. I’ve started popping this into the Form Wash almost after every print now. Again, not perfect, but does a decent job for a low effort accessory.
I still recommend doing a thorough clean every time you swap IPA out though. There’s nothing like a proper scrub/clean.
I can’t remember where the magnets were from - but you can probably just find some generic ones to fit the hole cutouts (or modify the STL to have your own hole cutouts).