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BuildTak 3D Printing Build Surface, 6.5" x 6.5" Square

Buildtak 3D Printing Build Surface, A Print Bed

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.28.1010
H&F Rating 4 reviews
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What We Like

  • Build sheet adheres to a print bed to help the filament stick during printing
  • Compatible with ABS, PLA, HIPS, PET+, brick, wood and flexible (TPE) filaments
  • Durable construction allows for multiple uses with either the same or different filament material

Disadvantages

  • may not be easy to get parts off

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Final Score:

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8.11 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

  • Easy to remove
  • Size
  • Adhesion
  • Durability
  • Easy to install
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Quality of material
  • Value for money
  • Common Questions

    Q:

    How do you attach it to the print bed? I have a Printrbot Simple Metal, but without a heated bed.

    A:

    Since there are plenty of comments on peel & stick, I will instead comment on using the product, be careful with solvent, but one wipe with acetone ruined the matte surface, for the Simple Metal.

    Q:

    It's expensive if it's under 50 but how long does it last?

    A:

    I messed up a few pieces before I got it sorted out, but I've been printing on the same piece of BuildTak for about a month now.

    Q:

    I don't know what it's for.

    A:

    You put it on the printing bed of your 3D printer to help your prints adhere and then come off of the printer bed.

    Q:

    Does the thickness of the buildtak affect the auto-leveling printers?

    A:

    The buildtak is a type of plastic and you need to account for the added thickness by lowering the probe and chaging your offset in the firmware.

    Q:

    Do you need to glue it up as well?

    A:

    It's not necessary to glue, but you need to be careful with your nozzle distance if you want to get your part off without destroying the build.

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