3DJAKE Resin Flexplate Build Plate

Printing plate for the 3DJake Resin Flexplate system

  • For easy print removal
  • No kinking or warping
  • Specially patterned surface
  • Better adhesion
  • £20.45
  • from 2 only £18.42 / pc -10%

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Delivery on Friday, 13 August: Order before Monday at 10:00.

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Item no.: CB-RFP202X128, Content: 1 pc

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  • For easy print removal
  • No kinking or warping
  • Specially patterned surface
  • Better adhesion
102 x 59 mm: £13.95
from 2 £12.55
124 x 70 mm: £13.95
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130 x 80 mm: £13.95
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135 x 75 mm: £13.95
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135 x 80 mm: £13.95
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138 x 78 mm: £13.95
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140 x 84 mm: £13.95
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196 x 126 mm: £20.45
from 2 £18.42
200 x 125 mm: £20.45
from 2 £18.42
202 x 128 mm: £20.45
from 2 £18.42

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CB-RFP202X128
Manufacturer No.: RFP202X128
Manufacturers: 3DJAKE
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories

Description

The resin flexplate printing plate is part of the 3DJake resin flexplate system, which was specially developed for the easy removal of finished 3D prints.

The flexible build plate made of spring steel does not permanently kink or warp when it is bent, it always comes back into shape. You can therefore simply detach the flexplate from the magnetic base after printing and detach the model by carefully bending it.

It is also possible to wash and post-cure the print directly on the build plate.
In the meantime, a new print can be started on an additional build plate.

Compared to most original printing platforms, the 3DJake Resin Flexplate Plate has a specially patterned surface, through which better adhesion is achieved and the success rate is significantly increased.

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The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.