Easy to install, prints stick well and release easily when bed is cooled. The texture of the plate leaves a very nice finish. No glue required.
Très bonne qualité, beaucoup plus droit que le plateau d’origine en aluminium.
Works great and arrived on time!
Just perfect build plate ! With Magigoo it's awesome !!!
Best upgrade ever, no more adhesion problems.
Much flatter surface that the aluminum plate and buildtac. My mesh was all over the map and auto leveling could not come close to repeating the same results in back to back tests. Adhesion has not been a problem once leveling and z-offset and bed temp was dialed in. Parts release easily when the bed cools. Small parts will STL need a brim. No more rafts.
Took a bit to get used to but easier clean up after the print and leave print surface smoother
I purchased this build plate for my CR-10S Pro V2 as the original build plate held too well and prints were very difficult to remove. To the point where I broke a couple trying to get them off the bed. My previous printer was an Anycubic i3 Mega with their Ultrabase and I loved it. When the bed was hot, prints stuck like crazy and when the bed cooled off the prints popped right off.
I'm happy to say that this bed performs just like the Anycubic Ultrabase. So far I have printed both PLA and PETG on this plate. No messing with tape, glue, or hairspray. When hot, prints stick like crazy and when cooled below 30 degrees they pop right off. Even the PETG prints! This is the way 3D printing was meant to be. The bed is also extremely flat. I highly recommend this as a replacement for the bed that comes with the printer It is the Best thirty bucks you'll ever spend.
One more thing. If you research this build surface you will see reviewers who say the black coating comes off with the prints. This will happen if you try to remove the print while the bed is hot. If you wait until it cools down you will not run into this issue, If your impatient (like me), point a fan at the bed once your print is done and it will be below 30 degrees in no time.
Ok folks this is a great plate upgrade but I do have to use glue to hold pieces in place.
Make sure though that you wipe down the plate after each use and keep it clean before applying glue again.
The most IMPORTANT thing is that you will have to REALIGN YOUR SENSOR after installing this plate. If you do not your head will try to drive it’s self through the plate do to it being less sensitive to the sensor.
It took me a while to figure out but using the 5 mm wrench as a calibration tool worked out almost perfect.
Again please make sure you recalibrate the sensor to bed distance before using.
That BLACK BLOCK WILL NOT WORK.
Have fun and happy printing.
The only issue I’ve had as a newcomer to 3D printing has been weak bed adhesion. I tried tapes and glues with little success. In the end I went with Creality’s silicon carbon glass bed plate and for $30 all my problems were solved. I wish I would have bought it with the printer.
I had re-calibrate the capacitive probe for the ABL to work correctly with the new bed, however the probe seems to work ok now.
I did a few prints and so far it worked well and most important, prints are easier to remove then with the original bed.
The print surface works very well. When the bed cools the print pops right off. I have been printing PLA on it at 60 and seems to pop off when cooled to 40. The bed was very flat and level! Worth the money!