I'm sure you could get it to work, with a slightly larger enclosure and different code to communicate over SPI rather than I2C.
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Thanks for your comment about using glue. My concern is that to "flood" the bed with liquids might allow those liquids to get into my printer. I did have an issue where bubbles would be created during the printing process, causing the bottom of my prints to be warped. I'm not 100% sure, but applying more tension to the tape seemed like the solution. To accomplish this, I used a bigger piece of tape that I stretched to stick to the area around my printer's print bed. However, this option is not available for printers with a print bed that moves.
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