Gizmo Dorks PEI Sheet 10″ x 10″ 1 mm 3D Printer Build Surface Ultem 1000

PEI (Polyetherimide) sheets provide a 3D printing build surface that requires no tape, slurry, or adhesive. ABS and PLA both stick extremely well to the surface, which eliminates the need for support rafts used for better adhesion.

How to Use:

Cut the PEI sheet to size by scoring with a hobby knife. There are two methods to attaching the PEI to your print bed. The first method is to just clamp the sheet to the print bed using binder clips. We find that 2 on each side works great.The second method, get 3M 468MP Transfer Tape and use it to stick the PEI to the print bed.

Once the PEI sheet is attached, re-level your print bed and you are ready to go!

It helps to wipe the surface down with isopropyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, or soap in between prints. This will ensure the PEI is clean, and help adhesion. Light sanding with 5000 grit paper will also give the PEI sheet more life.

Product Features

  • MADE IN THE USA: Single 1mm thick sheet installs quickly on top of existing flat build platforms (e.g. borosilicate glass)
  • ABS and PLA filaments (along with many other materials) print directly on to PEI surface without the need for additional adhesives, tapes, or slurry.
  • REMOVE FILM FROM BOTH SIDES BEFORE USING: Blue protective film guards against scratches during shipping and handling.
  • Reuse for multiple prints, just wipe down with isopropyl alcohol between prints for best results
  • Sheet can be easily cut down to desired size by scoring with a utility knife

Detailed Information available on our Homepage…

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Gizmo Dorks PEI Sheet 8″ x 8″ 1 mm 3D Printer Build Surface Ultem 1000

PEI (Polyetherimide) sheets provide a 3D printing build surface that requires no tape, slurry, or adhesive. ABS and PLA both stick extremely well to the surface, which eliminates the need for support rafts used for better adhesion.

How to Use:

Cut the PEI sheet to size by scoring with a hobby knife. There are two methods to attaching the PEI to your print bed. The first method is to just clamp the sheet to the print bed using binder clips. We find that 2 on each side works great.The second method, get 3M 468MP Transfer Tape and use it to stick the PEI to the print bed.

Once the PEI sheet is attached, re-level your print bed and you are ready to go!

It helps to wipe the surface down with isopropyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, or soap in between prints. This will ensure the PEI is clean, and help adhesion. Light sanding with 5000 grit paper will also give the PEI sheet more life.

Product Features

  • MADE IN THE USA: Single 1mm thick sheet installs quickly on top of existing flat build platforms (e.g. borosilicate glass)
  • ABS and PLA filaments (along with many other materials) print directly on to PEI surface without the need for additional adhesives, tapes, or slurry.
  • REMOVE FILM FROM BOTH SIDES BEFORE USING: Blue protective film guards against scratches during shipping and handling.
  • Reuse for multiple prints, just wipe down with isopropyl alcohol between prints for best results
  • Sheet can be easily cut down to desired size by scoring with a utility knife

Detailed Information available on our Homepage…

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Gizmo Dorks PEI Sheet 12″ x 12″ 1 mm 3D Printer Build Surface Ultem 1000

PEI (Polyetherimide) sheets provide a 3D printing build surface that requires no tape, slurry, or adhesive. ABS and PLA both stick extremely well to the surface, which eliminates the need for support rafts used for better adhesion.

How to Use:

Cut the PEI sheet to size by scoring with a hobby knife. There are two methods to attaching the PEI to your print bed. The first method is to just clamp the sheet to the print bed using binder clips. We find that 2 on each side works great.The second method, get 3M 468MP Transfer Tape and use it to stick the PEI to the print bed.

Once the PEI sheet is attached, re-level your print bed and you are ready to go!

It helps to wipe the surface down with isopropyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, or soap in between prints. This will ensure the PEI is clean, and help adhesion. Light sanding with 5000 grit paper will also give the PEI sheet more life.

Product Features

  • MADE IN THE USA: Single 1mm thick sheet installs quickly on top of existing flat build platforms (e.g. borosilicate glass)
  • ABS and PLA filaments (along with many other materials) print directly on to PEI surface without the need for additional adhesives, tapes, or slurry.
  • REMOVE FILM FROM BOTH SIDES BEFORE USING: Blue protective film guards against scratches during shipping and handling.
  • Reuse for multiple prints, just wipe down with isopropyl alcohol between prints for best results
  • Sheet can be asily cut down to desired size by scoring with a utility knife

Detailed Information available on our Homepage…

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Stratasys Comeback Continues, Q1 Losses Shrink By 1000 Percent

3D printing manufacturer Stratasys staunched some of its recent hemorrhaging with a loss of $21.1 million in the first quarter, a stark improvement from last year’s same quarter, where losses totaled $220.9 million.
 
The elimination of goodwill impairment charges played heavily into Eden Prairie-based Stratasys’ recovery. In the previous three-month period ending March 31, Stratasys reported more than $150 million in goodwill write-offs—an accounting category that nearly amounted to Stratasys’ entire 2015 loses. Those charges are largely attributed to the devaluation of certain properties owned by the company, particularly its subsidiary MakerBot, which most recently outsourced its production to China to curb operating expenses.
 
This quarter, however, Stratasys had no goodwill write-offs whatsoever.
 
A trimming of various operating cost changes rounded out the last quarter of the company’s $200 million turnaround.
 
“Although the overall market environment remains challenging, we made significant progress in improving our operating efficiency during the first quarter,” Stratasys CEO David Reis said in a statement. “We believe the recent refinements of our operating structure will make us more productive and better position us for future growth.”
 
The company reported $167.9 million in revenue on sales of 5,125 3D printing and additive manufacturing systems. This was down slightly from last year’s first quarter when the company had revenues of $172.7 million from 7,536 units sold.
 
Stratasys outpaced Wall Street expectations of $165 million in revenue. It also beat analysts’ predictions of 5 cents per share net loss, which actually turned out to be a 1 cent net gain.
 
Company stock reacted favorably in early morning trading with a 9 percent increase from the previous close. As of noon Monday, Stratasys shares have since leveled out and are back near Friday’s close of $21.06.

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