- Build sheet adheres to a print bed to help the filament stick during printing, while also enabling clean removal of the printed part afterward
- Compatible with ABS, PLA, HIPS, PET+, brick, wood, and flexible (TPE) filaments (sold separately)
- Durable construction allows for multiple uses with either the same or different filament material
- Single sheet design installs more quickly and with fewer bubbles than tape or films
- For use with fused-filament 3D printers (sold separately)
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BuildTak 3D Printing Build Surface, 8" x 10" Rectangle, Black (Pack of 3)
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The Buildtak 3D-printing build surface is an 8" x 10" rectangular sheet that adheres to a print bed of a fused-filament 3D printer (sold separately) to help the filament stick during printing, while also enabling clean removal of the printed part afterward. The sheet is compatible with ABS, PLA, HIPS, PET+, brick, wood, and flexible (TPE) filaments (sold separately), and has a durable construction that allows for multiple uses with either the same or different filament material. The build surface can also be used with nylon and t-glase when a thin layer of washable glue stick (sold separately) is spread onto the surface. It installs more quickly and with fewer bubbles than tape or films.
Ideal Jacobs manufactures the Buildtak 3D-printing build surface and provides custom services such as rapid prototyping, laser-cutting, machining, and injection molding. The company, founded in 1921 and headquartered in Maplewood, NJ, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards 9001:2008 and 14001:2004.
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1. You need your settings dialed in just right; no surface is going to make it better if your extruder head is 2mm off of the bed, and if you get too close you may damage the surface
2. DO NOT touch the surface with your hands without cleaning it. If you are using this product and randomly lose adhesion in spots, this is the cause. It cleans up just fine with rubbing alcohol, DO NOT use acetone (since this product is made of plastic, it will melt).
3. Take your time removing prints, depending on your first layer they can be stuck on pretty tight. cooling it down does help, but not past say 40 degrees celsius; popping it in the freezer like I used to do with hairspray on glass didn't work.
4. take your time applying the surface as well, or else you could get air bubbles that will make calibrating your bed level a nightmare. If that happens, find a heavy flat thing, remove the surface from the 3d printer and leave it under that thing overnight.
The surface does eventually wear out, but it lasts much longer than painters tape ever did for me, and eliminates having to reapply glue / hairspray every few prints or so. If you are printing small parts be sure to move them around the print bed, so that the bed wears evenly.
No more having to sand tiny pieces of blue tape from the base of my prints again! I'll never use blue tape again with my ABS or PLA 3D prints.
For what they charge I was not very impressed. You can get objects to stick on much less expensive build coverings. I would suggest using this for those *(&@#%*)(%* projects that won't stick or warp badly.
But...you can write off the sheet as they tend to self destruct when removing the parts.
I'm back to using the trusty gold Kapton tape -- definitely not worth the $ in my experience.