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September 30, 2021
Can never find the Geeetech build surfaces, and since it is an Ender clone. I bought these. They are the same size. Prints adhere great but release easily. I primarily print in PLA+ from eSun. The only real difference between these and the Geeetech is that the Geeetech has a little tab to aid in removal these don't But I just heat he bed to 80C and they come right off.
September 28, 2021
These are just what I needed. The first mat was cut up and damaged after a lot of use and being that this is my first printer, just didn't know the correct way of getting prints off the build table. Just heat up the old mat to 80-85 and start peeking. It was easy but you have to use the higher temp and it comes off with the adhesive and all. I had a couple of small spots where the adhesive didn't want to come off with the old mat, just rub it off with your finger and I used Goo-off, works like a charm. To get the new mat on, I stood the base on edge on the table and just started the backing off of one edge on the new mat. I had about 3" of paper rolled out of the way, aligned the new mat on the table with the base and it went on with no problems. Whole operation took maybe 40sec's to install.
September 26, 2021
I gouged the heck out of my print surface and needed to replace it. These are exactly the same as what came on my Ender 3. These are just the stickers though so you have to peel the old one off your flexible build plate and apply these. Its fairly easy if you heat up the build plate first or use a heat gun. The new ones stick down just fine. I stuck it on then heated up and reapplied pressure. Hasn't given me any issues.
September 24, 2021
These are really great surfaces for 3D printing, when warmed to 50-60c you get a surface that just doesn't want to let go. I bought these to replace the original Ender 3 surface, and replacing them is as easy as getting 3 friends and an Ox (OK not really, but these things are stuck down and it takes some force to peel them off) to get the old one off, and cleaning up the surface with some alcohol, then placing the new one carefully in it's place. I took the old one and cut out 110mm square from the corner and the adhesive was strong enough to upgrade a little Mono-Mini surface with a hand-me-down and have had excellent results.
September 13, 2021
You know people want to knock these and swear by the glass beds. I prefer these type that are flexible as it’s easier I believe to work with. I primarily print PLA and I’ve never had any issues with adhesion or prints going bad. If I have a failed print it’s usually a bad sliver setting that wasn’t fit for the print itself or it’s a level issue. Also make sure the gantry is parallel to the plate otherwise it will never level.
September 12, 2021
I like it in general. But if it is heavily used, you will go through these quick. If your settings are barely off, these plates will be ruined. Most common problem is when the items comes off the plate. After so long, little pieces will tear off. I like these, but these are only good for occasional use.
September 11, 2021
So my original Ender 3 bed had too many dings in it and it was time to replace. I picked the cheapest 3 pack I could find on amazon with prime shipping and crossed my fingers expecting the worst. But the adhesion on these things is excellent so far. I'm printing with PETG and on the stock PEI surface I needed 70degC to get reasonable adhesion and the parts could be pulled off the bed by hand after printing. With this surface I'm printing at 40degC and I have to use a scraper to get the parts off. Next I'm going to try not heating the bed at all. So far I'm a dozen prints in and it's been consistent.
September 11, 2021
If put on glass this works perfectly and lasts hundreds of prints. I put it on a scanner bed glass cut to fit. I then re-calibrated bed to head distance and I have not had to replace the sheet or re-calibrate even after 67 prints. Adhesion is great but not so high that I can't remove print (a simple pull or lever action and the print pops right up). Once it goes bad I make another. Easy Peasy.
September 10, 2021
This is a replacement for the "BuildTak" style film attached to the plastic build plate, attached to the heated bed with spring clips. To use it, you need to remove the original by simply peeling it off. This can be done cold. Then, you need to remove the plastic adhesive film that is left. Heat may help but I did it cold without much problem. Then you need to remove the adhesive residue. Use a solvent (xylene is very, very good, use gloves!) and lots of paper towels. Then, stick it on using a straight edge to keep it aligned. I used a roller to insure a good contact. This all took about twenty minutes, including testing solvents. The new surface works perfectly.
September 2, 2021
While Creality doesn't make the absolute BEST build plate surfaces, they make really good ones for your money, in my opinion. This was a nice set of three replacement surfaces complete with adhesive backing. It's not easy to remove the original off the actual plastic plate, but it can be done - takes a lot of pulling and some heat helps - and once one of these was adhered, everything was back to normal. I admit, I'd be interested in a set WITH the plate for convenience here, but I don't think anyone offers that right now. Not a big deal, and I'd easily recommend these to anyone at the price.
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