Tutorial – Installing and Printing on PEI – 3D Printing
PEI, short for Polyetherimide, is a simple plastic. But when it’s used as a build platform for 3D printing, it’s in a group all its own. It may possibly be one of the best print surfaces we’ve used so far. No glue, No hairspray, No ABS slurry, and No tape.
Bill of materials: (can be sourced from Amazon or eBay)
Plate of borosilicate glass
300mm x 300mm sheet of PEI (Polyetherimide) – http://amzn.to/2gofv5z
300mm x 300mm sheet of 3M 468MP adhesive – http://amzn.to/2fp8eOF
Razor Blade and alcohol swaps
Quick Temp Guides:
Heated bed at 50 when printing PLA on PEI
Heated bed at 90-100 when printing ABS on PEI
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