3DJAKE FEP Film Set of 5

Replacement FEP foils for DLP / LCD 3D printers

  • High quality
  • High UV light flow
  • Universally applicable
  • Set of 5
  • £23.90

Price shown includes 20% VAT. Excludes delivery costs

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Delivery on Thursday, 04 February: Order before Monday at 13:00.

Model type : 200 x 140 x 0.15 mm

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Item no.: CB-FEP200-140-015, Content: 1 set

EAN: 9120099285261

  • High quality
  • High UV light flow
  • Universally applicable
  • Set of 5

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CB-FEP200-140-015
Manufacturer No.: FEP200-140-015
Manufacturers: 3DJAKE
Content: 1 set


FEP film for your resin 3D printer!

Our FEP film is made from the best raw materials to ensure the usual quality and reliability.

3DJake FEP films are provided with a packaging including a special protective film so that they arrive at you as safely, dust-free and without scratches!


  • Known quality from 3DJake
  • High UV transparency and permeability
  • Uniform thickness for less optical distortion
  • Universally applicable (dimension must be selected)
  • Strong foils for easy exchange
  • High temperature resistance (tested according to UL-94)
  • Long service life due to tensile strength and durability

Dimensions: 200x140x0.15 mm

The versions are the standard FEP dimensions of the usual 5.5 inch LCD 3D printer such as:

  • Anycubic Photon, Photon S
  • Creality LD-002R
  • Qidi Tech Shadow 5.5, Shadow 5.5S
  • Elegoo Mars, Mars Pro
  • Phrozen Sonic Mini
  • Epax X1
  • Wanhao Duplicator 7
  • and many other resin printers with a 5.5 inch LCD.

Questions & Answers about 3DJAKE FEP Film Set of 5

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  • Dose this work with the Sonic Mini 4k?

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