Double-sided Powder-coated PA Nylon Spring Steel Sheet
Double-sided Powder-coated PA Nylon Spring Steel Sheet for the Original Prusa i3 MK3/S/+ and MK2.5/S.Double-sided Powder-coated PA Nylon Spring Steel Sheet out of stock? We also offer a factory second option with visual imperfections but as capable as the factory first!
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OVERVIEW:The MK52 heatbed has embedded high Curie temperature magnets. These magnets are able to firmly hold removable spring steel sheets.
This print sheet is specially designed to print polyamide-based filaments, especially the Prusament PA11 Carbon Fiber Black. The PA11-type materials have generally a lower adhesion on textured or satin print sheets. This sheet has a special surface finish that increases the adhesion and is perfect for Prusament PA11.
You can learn more about the Double-sided Powder-coated PA Nylon Spring Steel Sheet in our knowledgebase.
IMPORTANT!The surface of this sheet should be cleaned only with pure water. Using common agents such as IPA or Acetone will lead to a quick deterioration of the surface. Using a glue stick is no longer required and recommended. To clean grease-coated areas, use clean water with a drop of dishwashing detergent.
Note:Consumable parts, such as PEI sheets (smooth, textured, nylon, etc.) are not covered by warranty as the coatings are designed to diminish over time unless failure has occurred due to a defect in materials or workmanship. Cosmetic damage, including but not limited to scratches, dents, cracks or other cosmetic damage is also not covered by the warranty. Only defective sheets on arrival are covered by warranty.
As a result of the temperatures to which the plate is exposed during printing, its surface gradually becomes glossier or may develop smaller, duller areas. This visual change does not adversely affect the printing properties and is not considered a reason for a warranty claim.
|Great for polyamide-based materials||Suitable only for polyamide-based materials and PETG. Other materials tend to detach mid-print|
|No need for a glue stick||Can be damaged with IPA and acetone|
|Can be cleaned just with water|
Probably the best print surface iv ever bought... I use nylons extensively, this is a game changer. not had a failure yet! going to get one for every machine.
It works perfectly, and lasts more than three impressions as other users say, yes, it grips very hard, you have to keep a first layer not too flattened and I use glue stick to make a separator. Being careful you can make hundreds of prints.
An excellent product that has been missing for a long time! I have often wondered how to apply stick glue or other separating agent evenly on a different substrate so that the final print is not too affected by the unevenness of the application of that separating layer, and even then it was not quite right 😞 But this new printing plate directly designed for printing nylon is really great! 🤩 Sometimes the material adheres so strongly that when the printing is finished and slowly cooling in the closed chamber, the whole plate lifts from the printer (even by a few centimeters), which probably doesn't do it any good and that's why I "trained" myself that I need to take the printing plate and the print off while still hot and cool it down more intensively / faster. I, for example, use a couple of unused 120 mm fans (commonly used in computers etc.) and use them to cool the printing plate from below at room temperature with a stream of air, so that the print usually bounces off it. So far, I have cleaned it only twice with regular soap and very warm water (mainly because I have thoughtlessly left fingerprints on it during handling) and let it dry spontaneously after peeling. Optical traces in the printing area of the object do remain, but the nylon material I use seems to hold up very well - about 50 times printing in the same place without cleaning. So definitely a thumbs up for me 👍.