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Creality 3D Printer Platform Heated Bed Build Surface Upgrade Tempered Glass Plate

Creality 3D Printer Platform Heated Bed, The Printing Surface, Bed Build Surface Upgrade Tempered Glass Plate, Pro Cr 20 Pro 3D Printer, A Heating Element

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We analyzed 9,770 reviews for 71 products in the 3D Printer Accessories category.

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Around 64% of reviews were positive and about 28% were negative.

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8.71 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Creality 3D Printer Platform Heated Bed Build Surface Upgrade Tempered Glass Plate

    I was trying to use the printer early for a few weeks due to an error in installation, but I decided to fix it and everything fell into alignment.

    I've been telling people to be prepared for a uphill battle in trial and error and learn as much as they can, it's my first word of advice and I'm sure everyone else will as well.

    I was able to print to 100% without issues thanks to my submission on Amazon, and I have learned a lot about the printer and customer service provided to me.

    The model was very smooth and easy to print, unlike the magnetic model I had, which was warped and didn't adhere well to the surface.

    I have had no issues with the model after reading the instructions and other reviews, and cleaning it with alcohol every couple of prints.

    Common Questions


    What is the thickness of the glass?


    My Calipers show it as being between 3mm and 1535 inches.


    What is a good way to clean the surface after printing?


    I use rubbing alcohol then warm bed up and spray aqua net max hold hair spray.


    Even with the spray, nothing sticks to it.


    Make sure its level and heat it. I have no problems with stuff sticking to it.


    I tightened the bed leveling screws, but I was not able to get the bed low enough to fit the glass.


    I put the glass on top of the regular bed and it added 0.25 in to the thickness of the bed, so now you have to raise the Z-axis motor just by undoing the attachment bolts, raising it by roughly the thickness of the glass and then tightening it up again.


    I have moved the Z axis limit switch up a little and tightened the bed, but I am having a hard time. Can someone tell?


    If you have a sheet or file that says where to set the stop, that's what I'll tell you.

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