- Durable handle with ergonomic rubber grip
- Rigid stainless steel blade
- Thin front edge for getting under the prints
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Our newest addition to the BuildTak family, the BuildTak Spatula is a removal tool designed and developed specifically for 3D Printing. No more using a tool adapted from some other purpose. This awesome new tool features a stainless steel blade with a thin yet rigid front edge for getting under prints. The handle is ergonomic and uses a non-slip rubber grip.
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***This is an update after using it. I did have to file down the nose of the spatula. Once I got the taper I wanted on the nose, it now slides easily under the print without any damage to the PEI sheet. But do not plan on using it straight out of the box with the blunt taper.
I was very skeptical if this spatula was even going to work, I mean look at it, it doesn't even look like a spatula by definition, it actually looks like a masons tool. I accidentally stumbled onto this spatula looking for something else. I then went and watched a video review with Joel The 3D Printing Nerd. So I ordered one, after all I am tired busting my finger tips up trying to remove a print, or damaging my build plate. After using it for several prints, WOW this makes it so easy and you won't stress a print trying to remove it. I would agree with Joel, this is an absolute must for anyone using a 3D printer.
One side of the edge is very thin--thinner than any other spatula or icing spatula I have found--which makes it great for sliding under the print.
It is solid and will work great once I give it a front edge.