Size: 3 various sizes
Material: Stainless steel with wooden handle
3*3D Print Removal Tools
Directions for Use:
♥To remove prints off the bed, work the edge of the tool under a corner of the print, approximately half way between the tip of the blade and the handle.
♥Next, use a sawing motion to get the tool under the rest of the print to separate it from the bed. Tilting or twisting the blade slightly will help speed up the lifting of the print.
♥If you cannot get the blade under the print to start, bring the left edge of the tool against a right-side corner of the print and twist the handle clockwise. Repeat until the corner lifts up enough to allow the blade to start getting under the print.
♥If the print is firmly stuck to the print bed, try pushing the tool so that the handle is closer to the print. This brings the thicker part of the blade (closest to the handle) under the object and acts as a wedge to help pry the part up. Wiggle the blade loose and repeat.
♥If the print is stuck too firmly to remove with the tool, you may need to slightly increase your starting nozzle elevation. The idea is to have the print stick firmly to the bed during printing, but still be removed with the tool.
- ✅3D print removal tool can help you easy get the prints off from the print bed.
- ✅Set of 3 tools, rigid, functional, various sizes, various shapes, various purposes
- ✅Rounded edge is safer and less likely to tear print bed tape.
- ✅Excellent flexible flat top, stainless steel, break resistance.
- ✅Stainless steel with sturdy wood handle for superior control.
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Cleaning Filament – cleaning filament for 3D printers
A 3D printer needs care to achieve perfect results. Cleaning filament for 3D printers can not be used as a printing material, but only as a support to clean your mind!
The NovaMaker cleaning filament is used for both print core maintenance and unclogging procedures. Recommend performing regular maintenance once every three months. Unclog the print core if there is no material extruding from the nozzle for at least ten minutes.
The NovaMaker cleaning filament has been developed to ensure a smooth transition between different colors and materials. The cleaning filament contains a highly effective cleaning concentrate for plastic processing machines. During application, it foams in the scourge and begins to dissolve the smut. Burned dust, dirt and plastic residues are thus removed.
How to use the NovaMaker cleaning filament
This filament can be used to clean the printers print core by applying hot and cold pulls. Hot pulls are used to get the biggest parts of carbonized material out of the print core and are highly recommended when the print core is clogged. With a cold pull, the remaining small particles will be removed, ensuring the print core is completely clean.
Load the cleaning filament as usual into your 3D printer until the old filament is displaced and filament emerges from the nozzle. Adjust the extruder so that it remains hot. Use the “Preheat” or “Control” “→Temperature” option and set the temperature to 200-230°C and let it simmer for 5 minutes.
Afterwards, extrude a few centimeters of filament and let the whole stand again with a hot extruder. Repeat the procedure again.
Now remove the 3D cladding and load the filament with which you want to print until the cleaning filament is completely displaced.
- ✅0.1 kg (0.22 lbs) Cleaning Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant.
- ✅Excellent heat stability, Wide cleaning temperature range cleaning rods extrude normally at the temperature range of 150°C-260°Cwhen testing.
- ✅ With slightly viscosity and enable it to take residual material out of nozzle and no jamming in nozzle. Not easy to degradation in the heat.
- ✅Using cleaning rods can prevent nozzle plugging during transition between high and low temperature material.
- ✅Compatible with the following 3D printers: Reprap, Afinia, MakerBot, PrintrBot, UltiMaker, Airwolf, Makergear, Up!, Lulzbot, Flashforge, Solidoodle, 3doodler (pen), Delta, Mbot
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