BIGTREETECH 257MM*257MM Double-Sided Spring Steel Sheet For Bambu Lab X1/P1P

$19.99 USD
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Type: Textured PEI x Smooth PEO
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Product Description:

The BIGTREETECH Double-Sided spring steel sheet features three layers, combining a central spring steel core with surrounding materials seamlessly fused for optimal performance. 

What's the difference between PEI, PEO, and PET build plates?

  • PEI surface. Characteristics: PEI is a high-performance, heat-resistant polymer known for its excellent mechanical properties and resistance to chemicals. It has a smooth surface that promotes good adhesion and is often used as a build surface for a variety of filaments. Common Use: PEI is commonly used for printing materials like PLA, PLA-CF, PETG, PC, ABS, TPU, Nylon, and more. It provides a strong adhesion surface and is durable.

  • PEO surface.Characteristics: PEO is a water-soluble polymer known for its ability to dissolve in water, making it suitable as a support material that can be easily removed by immersing the printed object in water. Common Use: PEO is often used as a support material for dual extrusion 3D printing. It dissolves in water, leaving the primary printed material intact. It is not typically used as the main build plate material.

  • PET surface.PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate): Characteristics: PET is a common thermoplastic polymer known for its transparency, strength, and flexibility. In the context of 3D printing, it is often used as a base material for build surfaces or as a film adhered to build plates. Common Use: PET is used for its smooth surface and good adhesion properties. It is commonly found as a thin film on build plates to provide a suitable surface for 3D printing.

Key Features:

  • High Usage and Reusability. With nearly 1000 successful prints, our build plate maintains colorful and intricate patterns with a remarkably high reuse rate.

  • Excellent First Printing Layer Adhesion. The build plate offers outstanding adhesion, eliminating the need for glue and making printing easy, even for beginners.

  • Easy Maintenance. Keep the surface clean by wiping it with a wet tissue and drying it with a dry tissue – no need for alcohol or other cleaning solvents.

  • Simple Model Removal. The spring steel sheet allows quick and tool-free model removal, with the plate returning to its flat state without deformation.

  • Double-Sided Printing. Benefit from the two printing sides of the spring steel sheet, maximizing its utility.

  • High-Quality Stainless Steel.The spring steel sheet is made of high-quality stainless steel, ensuring it retains flatness no matter how much it bends.

  • Easy Installation.The flat and flexible nature of the spring steel sheet makes installation a breeze – just put it on and start printing.

 

Usage Guidelines:

1. Ensure proper leveling for the first print (A4 paper thickness between the nozzle and hotbed).

2. Apply the magnetic sticker to the hot bed platform, ensuring it's flat without air bubbles.

3. Affix the PEI or PEO side spring steel plate to the magnetic base (remove PEO film before use).

4. Start printing, adjusting the heating bed temperature as needed.

5. After printing, gently bend the plate when at room temperature for easy demolding.

 

BIGTREETECH Double-sided build plate for bambulab X1/P1PThe latest high quality spring stell sheet.

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Chris T.-.A.
Premium product without the premium price

I now have 4 build plates from Biqu. Love all of them. Definitely much better quality than the cheaper Ali x press or Te mu options.

Love the textured PEI as it’s less coarse compared to the Bambu OEM.

The smooth PEI sticks really great with PLA and PETG leaving a nice sleek finish.

The PEO and PET sheets transfer the pattern beautifully, but just be sure to really slow down your first layers, 30mm/s or less and add 5-10° to your hotend for reliably flawless first layers.