Buildtak

BuildTak - 3D Printing Surface

$10.00 - $117.00
Bulk Pricing: Buy 5 - 9 Discount per item (8%) Buy 10 - 24 Discount per item (13%) Buy 25 or above Discount per item (20%)
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Free shipping in Canada for orders over $140 before tax. (via Canada Post)

Ideal build surface for FFF 3D printers.  Price breaks when purchased in bulk quantities (5, 10 and 25).

Key Features:

  • Works with ABS, PLA, HIPS, PET+, Brick, Wood & Flexible (TPE) filaments; additionally we have had success with getting nylon and t-glase (PETT) to adhere when used with a thin layer of washable glue stick on the BuildTak surface
  • Installs much easier than masking tape or films typically used and with fewer chances of air bubbles
  • Protects build plate
  • Heat resistant and durable, can be reused for many consecutive builds and you can use different filament materials without the need to change the printing surface
  • Creates an optimal bond between the 3D printed object and build surface that maximizes the chances your object will be held in place for the duration of the print and then allow for clean and easy removal of the object from the build surface.

Buy BuildTak from Spool3D for your 3D printer in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!

SKU: BTAK-#

Reviews

3 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings)
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Greatly disaponted

1/5
Waste of money for me . Your mileage may vary. Got nicely installed on my borosilicate glass build plate, and looked pretty slick. But after first test print Silk PLA filament stuck for good, to the point I count not rip it off the bed no matter what I do. Had to strip my glass build plate off Buildtak because nozzle was catching remains of the skirt. Using abrasive, knives and other sharp tools does not make sense as I would ruing Buildtack.
Posted by ectarmedia, May 19, 2020

Build tac

5/5
I enjoy using this product as it releases nicely when the right temps and layer heights are used...layer height is key at least for me...lately I use a raft with one base layer and one top layer and the prints clean up easily.
Posted by ToolBuilder, September 20, 2019