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Grab you substrates pack and starter circuit kit from your accessories box. Now that we've checked that everything is working correctly we're going to put in a substrate to print on. For the first starter circuit, we're going to use stone paper (the white plastic paper with ruled lines on it). Grab a piece and place it roughly over where the circuit image is positioned in **ARC**. Use sticky tape (we recommend masking tape) to secure the paper in place. We generally use one small piece per edge. [block:callout] { "type": "info", "title": "Make sure the substrate is flat and can't move once taped." } [/block] [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/wOzIuc4TQxiPAkQyNEYd_800px-Insert_substrate.jpg", "800px-Insert_substrate.jpg", "800", "533", "#a34f39", "" ], "caption": "All paper'd up." } ] } [/block] [**Next**](doc:loading-cartridges)