3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping
Bond Strength, An Original High Quality 3D Printer Build, Strong Grip Reduces, 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Heatable Build Plates
What We Like
- Comes with a wet sponge that helps to get more prints out of a single application
- Made with low odor and water soluble formula that makes it easy to clean
- Built-in foam tip makes applying the coating to the build plate surface simple and it won't accidentally spill
- may not work with PETG
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What buyers say about 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping
It's like adding a bit of thinner to varnish for the final ultra- glossy finish and it's easy to remove the marks with the help of the brush strokes.
This stuff works amazingly well, even though I accidentally pulled the glass bed off, leaving only two of the four binder clips attached to the glass.
It was quick and easy, and I wouldn't change it for the world, even though the instructions say you can refresh it with a wet sponge.
I have always wanted more body hair, and the local barber shop gave me the floor hair I needed.
I found this on the internet and it's been great on my new glass bed, I recommended it to a friend who was having issues with his printer, and he immediately sent me a message after his next print saying how well it worked.
It worked great for a week but now it looses its adhesion mid way through the prints. Any suggestions?
We are happy to help you figure out what might have changed, if you can send us an email to [email protected]
Will it work with the ASA?
It works with ASA. The other persons answer refers to it sticking too well, and having chunks taken out of their glass.
Does tpu stick to it or not?
I've used it with both PLA and ABS and it works well, although cleaning the glue remnants off the print may be necessary.
What temperature should the glass bed be used for pla and petg?
If you go hotter than 60C, it's more difficult to release the grip when the bed cools back to room.
Does it work with the blue magnetic pad?
We haven't tested it on top of the Qidi magnetic pad, but we did apply it to a glass surface and some aluminum.