3DJAKE Adheasy Spray

Ultimate adhesive for a wide variety of materials

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  • Easy application
  • In a large 400ml can
  • For heated and unheated building boards
  • £11.06 £12.30 -10% (£2.77 / 100 ml)

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Delivery on Wednesday, 21 August: Order before Monday at 09:00.

Content: 400 ml

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Item no.: APP-ADHEASYSPRAY, Content: 400 ml

EAN: 9120078088012

  • Easy application
  • In a large 400ml can
  • For heated and unheated building boards

Product information & technical details

Item no.: APP-ADHEASYSPRAY
Manufacturer No.: ADHEASYSPRAY
Manufacturers: 3DJAKE
Content: 400 ml
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories

Description

Adheasy Spray is the perfect solution to warping!

The specially developed formula works great with many different materials.

The spray can simply be applied to the heated or unheated building board.
Once the board has cooled down after printing, the model can be easily removed.

Advantages of the Adheasy Spray:

  • Easy application
  • Works with many materials
  • For heated and unheated building boards
  • Easy cleaning

Application:

  1. Preparation: Clean the building board and shake the spray bottle
  2. Application: Apply the Adheasy Spray at a distance of about 20cm to the building board
  3. Print: The right levelling and the Adheasy Spray ensure optimum adhesion
  4. Removal & Cleaning: The model can be easily removed after cooling the plate and the adhesive can be removed with an alcohol-based cleaner

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