Specification:Item size: 220*220*6mmNet Weight: 750gShipping Weight: About 880gBox size: 260*260*6mm. Suggested bed temperature may vary depends on the filament material; Please properly level the bed before printing; Never let the nozzle rub against the Ultrabase directly.

A type of compartment that rises out of a desk. If so, and the beam is not level, put something like folded card under the printer's feet to make it level. If you print the object on the opposite corner of the bed, does the object's corner at the centre lift or the corner at the corner of the bed? Get the latest special offers, free giveaways, and once-in-a-lifetime deals from Anycubic. It's a glass bed, presumably with some coating. Perhaps it was just not cleaned sufficiently from a prior print. Please check the size of your heatbed in your printer. Making statements based on opinion; back them up with references or personal experience. Makers use varying types of 3D printing surfaces to get objects to stick to the plate while printing. Even though the photo may appear to show a slant or lower corner (where the print is coming off), there is not. Add 3 resin to cart and input code: RESIN3, [{"id":28861818273852,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"3D782","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":false,"featured_image":null,"available":false,"name":"Glass Build Plate Platform Surface Ultrabase for Mega","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":2399,"weight":0,"compare_at_price":null,"inventory_management":"shopify","barcode":"","requires_selling_plan":false,"selling_plan_allocations":[]}], Glass Build Plate Platform Surface Ultrabase for Mega. Compatibility: Upgrade your printer with Ultrabase heatbed! It is compatible with all the Cartesian style 3D printer with a MK2/MK3 heated bed. It is compatible with all the Cartesian style 3D printer with a MK2/MK3 heated bed. Ultrabase integrated with heated bed: Super Flatness, Fast and uniform heating. Ultrabase integrated with heated bed: Super Flatness, Fast and uniform heating. Try to lower the temperature a little. Ultrabase is similar to the popular BuildTak beds except unlike BuildTak it doesn’t wear off and the most significant benefit is that parts are exceptionally easy to remove once the bed has cooled. So, the outline stuck but the print lifted? Maybe scuff it up a little bit then.

How can I debate technical ideas without being perceived as arrogant by my coworkers? Can someone explain the use and meaning of the phrase "leider geil"? Viewed 221 times 3 $\begingroup$ Am just wondering if any conclusions can be drawn from this: Three corners are solid, but not the one in the centre of the plate. After that, it doesn't take much to get any plastic remaining from a print to clean it off.

I cleaned the bed with acetone and it seems to have helped, so presumably it was just a build-up of something. MathJax reference. Please check the size of your heatbed in your printer. Buildup, and a little hot. If the build plate is not flat, you will likely have adhesion problems and possible failures especially when you are attempting large prints. Excellent adhesion: Ultrabase covered by microporous coating, shows strong adhesion during printing. @TomasBy Is the bed level in both directions, after bed levelling, according to the spirit level? Durable: The special coating is inorganic and has a hardness of 8 Mohs, and it is capable to work at 400℃. It has been inspected to ensure flatness better than 0.2mm (normally within the 0.1mm). Durable: The special coating is inorganic and has a hardness of 8 Mohs, and it is capable to work at 400℃. Thanks for contributing an answer to 3D Printing Stack Exchange!

The bed was levelled before printing (and checked afterwards also). Creality Ender 3 - printing in front of the build plate, Important build plate characteristics/qualities, Resin printer build plate scratches/ damage. And the printed models will have a very smooth and wonderful bottom surface. The PEX material on my plate was scuffed up with steel wool initially. Yes, sure, it's just tedious that it's all so random. Bed adhesion is the ability of 3D printed plastic to “stick” to the build plate while printing. Why doesn’t Stockfish evaluate this fortress as 0.0? Now I use a brass sponge, (grabbed one from a 5-pack on amazon with a holder to use with my soldering iron) to maintain the surface after a print, helps get rid of any rims, etc. Then do the bed-levelling procedure. Should I speak up for her?

The bed was levelled before printing (and checked afterwards also).