Wisamic Clear Borosilicate Glass Heat Bed 220x220x3mm for 3D Printers MK2/MK2A, Anet A8, Anet A6, Reprap, Mendel

If you want to make your printing platform flat enough, ideal stuff is glass sheet. Tempered Silicon glass is rated for higher temperatures than normal sheet glass making it a better material for use as a heated bed. After cracking a few sheets of normal glass from rapidly cooling or heating, tempered glass will quell your frustrations.

* Borosilicate is a very high temperature glass. It has a melt temperature of about 800° C and a very low thermal expansion coefficient.
* Resistant to thermal shock compared to regular glass.
* Prepare a second plate and quickly switchplates when a model finishes printing. This significantly reduces printer idle time between prints.
* Reduces warping, however platform has to be properly leveled as is the case with any platform on a 3D printer.

Material: 100% Borosilicate
Size: 220x220x3mm
Thickness: 3mm

Package content:
1 x 220x220x3mm Borosilicate Glass

Product Features

  • Precisely cut and tempered with high transparence. Resistance to scratch and thermal shock.
  • Conducts heat evenly across the build surface to ensure consistent temperature throughout the build surface.
  • High binding power when heating. Easy to separate the plastic parts when cooling.
  • Get you out of the trouble when plastic film decreased viscosity after a period of usage.
  • Specially designed to fit the 3D Printers MK2/MK2A, Anet A8, Anet A6, Ultimaker 2+, Reprap, Mendel.

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2 thoughts on “Wisamic Clear Borosilicate Glass Heat Bed 220x220x3mm for 3D Printers MK2/MK2A, Anet A8, Anet A6, Reprap, Mendel”

  1. I ordered this with another item so it would be shipped in a bigger box with more padding due to the shipping issues I’ve seen in the reviews. It worked great as the plate came in 1 piece and was properly padded inside the box (it was wrapped in bubble wrap, then placed in a padded envelope and this envelope was placed inside the box with additional air pillows).The glass looks amazing, cut square and the edges have been smoothed nicely. I’ve printed a few things on it already and so far…

  2. I had nothing but trouble, I refuse to use glue or hairspray as that is a worse scenario then using masking tape for me.Some prints stuck well, others would just pop off after a few layers, nothing ever stuck to the glass and I tried Ethel Alcohol, different temps up to 210 and bed from 65 down to 50, nothing would stick.I say, get the cheapest dollar store, TAN (sans Wax coating that 3M uses) and I get the best, most sturdy prints.If you need glue or hairspray, I dont think…

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