Creality Original Replacement 3D Printer Build Surface Plate for Ender-3 3D Printer 235X235MM (Pack of 2)

September 10, 2019 - Comment

Creality 3d original replacement 3d printer build surface for Ender 3 Size:235mm x 235mm Color:Black Background is made of 3M adhesive , easily stick on the heat bed platform HOW TO USE: There are 2 methods to attaching the build surface on heatbed: 1. clamp the build surface to the print bed using binder clips(at

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Creality 3d original replacement 3d printer build surface for Ender 3

Size:235mm x 235mm

Color:Black

Background is made of 3M adhesive , easily stick on the heat bed platform

HOW TO USE:

There are 2 methods to attaching the build surface on heatbed:

1. clamp the build surface to the print bed using binder clips(at least 3 clips)

2. Torn off 3M tape on back and stick it on heatbed.

Product Features

  • Size:235mm x 235mm
  • 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 and other filament
  • Single sheet design installs more quickly and with fewer bubbles than tape or films
  • Durable construction allows for multiple uses with either the same or different filament material

Comments

Anonymous says:

NOTICE!! Not a Plate only the cover for the Plate When I got my Ender 3 (great product) it came with a fiberglass or Lexan piece of slightly flexible material to clip on my bed. This has worked great. I ordered these thinking it was the same thing. It, however, is not. It is just the sticky black piece that goes on the top of the flexible material.So I took another persons comment and cut a piece of glass 235×235 and stuck this to it. Works great.My fault the picture clearly shows the adhesive back. So I gave this 3 stars because…

Anonymous says:

Original – BUT …. So you need to replace your heated plate surface because you’ve had a couple of head crashes due to improper Z-alignment ? Yep, we’ve been there. So this part is actually just the surface and not the whole plastic plate. You need to carefully remove the plate (which is a self-adhesive backed part) from the plastic plate and then remove the residual glue – there’ll be a lot of it. Remove the tacky backing glue plastic (it’s a thin film of double sided sticky tape essentially) and then remove…

Anonymous says:

Do not purchase. Absolutely horrible! I have never had such a hard time removing a print from the plate. Printing in PLA, it had no trouble with adhesion but after the print was finished I was unable to remove the print from the bed. I wound up having to reheat the bed and use my scraping tool to force the entire plate off the print surface winding up scratching the actual metal of the heated plate. Just go with glass.

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