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Warp-free 3D printing with adhesive mesh
Other brands may work well. the specific brand of mesh I currently have is called "FibaTape" and it measures 0.09 mm in thickness.
Thanks for the comment. I'm printing with default settings on my Dremel Idea builder which show it to be 0.4mm for the first layer and 0.3mm layer height. I believe the plate is acrylic with the factory sticker tape. (not heated) I'd be interested to know how it works with ABS. Look for the roll of fiber tape at the home center that also says it is self adheasive (some may not and/or have varying degrees of tackyness).
What layer thickness do you use? I print ABS at 0.3 mm. Is the mess thinner than that? By the way, I use an aluminum build plate covered with Kapton tape, heated to 115 degrees C. With 1.75mm filament, my extruder is set to 230 degrees C. I have little to not warpage. The parts stick to the build platform when it is hot and pretty much pop off when it cools to 25 degrees C.
Warp free 3D printing with adhesive mesh
Humvee Toddler Bed With Toy Box
Elegant Track Lighting System
Thank you. I havent yet revealed it to our son, but he is a big fan of everything trucks!
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