Creality 3D Printer Platform Heated Bed Build Surface Tempered Glass Plate for Ender 3/Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer 235x235x3mm

March 5, 2019 - Comment

Temperature settings for different filaments: 1. PLA:50-70ºC 2. Flexible filament: 50-70ºC 3. ABS:100-125ºC ( 110ºCis recommended ) 4. PC:100-130ºC ( 120ºC is recommended ) 5. Nelon:90-120ºC ( 110ºC is recommended ) 6. PP:100-130ºC ( 120 ºC is recommended ) 7. PETG: 50-70ºC Package include: 1*Tempered Glass Plate Note:We recently update our logo from Creality 3D

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(as of December 6, 2019 3:04 pm AST - Details)

Temperature settings for different filaments:

1. PLA:50-70ºC

2. Flexible filament: 50-70ºC

3. ABS:100-125ºC ( 110ºCis recommended )

4. PC:100-130ºC ( 120ºC is recommended )

5. Nelon:90-120ºC ( 110ºC is recommended )

6. PP:100-130ºC ( 120 ºC is recommended )

7. PETG: 50-70ºC

Package include: 1*Tempered Glass Plate

Note:We recently update our logo from Creality 3D to CREALITY, You may get the logo Creality 3D or CREALITY, both are same quality

Product Features

  • Very easy to take off the models, NO tools to remove models
  • Use clips to fix the glass plate on the hot bed.
  • Higher temperature higher sticky. The models will stick on bed firmly when temperature is high
  • Fit for Ender 3 and Ender 3X 3D printer.
  • If you have any question or problem,please feel free to contact us

Comments

Anonymous says:

Best upgrade Never stab yourself with a scraper again. No more tape and glue to get it to stick and then a jackhammer to get your print off. Even ABS sticks nice until the bed cools a little, the it pops off easily by hand. I’m loving it. I was looking for a better solution for my print bed and luckily I nailed it by buying this. My Ender 3 bed was dished like most and this fixes that as well. No more constant bed leveling either since you aren’t wrenching on the bed to get a print off.

Anonymous says:

Trade offs for Surfaces For a glass surface, this one has a coating that is similar to the adhesion you get from a straight tempered glass with hairspray for a 3D print, without the hairspray… The trade-off here is the adhesion on the original Ender surface is just so sticky, when using this, you need to be a little more careful when printing free-standing stuff, as it has the tendency to catch and get pulled over. Not often, but more so than the original. For stuff that has a decent base and benefits (or not) from…

Anonymous says:

This thing is amazing I can do things with this that I couldn’t really dream of getting right with build-tack! Once you’ve got all the leveling and distance stuff figured out it “just works”. Where you extrude is where it sticks e.g. I was able to print spirograph parts without any rafts or brims.This bed is pretty tough too. As in I’m pretty new w/ my abl system and managed to screw it up for the first print. It was printing “way too low” – as in, I actually ended up scraping a good bit of the…

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