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Garolite 11 flex build plate

$82.00
SKU MG11310310-310
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The Best Build Surface for Printing all filaments including Nylons and high temperature PEEK, PEKK, PPSU and PEI !

Our Formtech Garolite 11 Build Plate is the perfect solution for hard to stick filaments such as nylon PA6 and PA12 as well as high temp filaments. 

  • Rated to 200deg C
  • Affordable
  • High print finish surface
  • flexible for print removal

Also compatible with common filaments like PLA, PETG, and TPU and most general filaments.

3mm thick and just able to flex for print removal.

NOTE: G11 beds do need bed adhesive to stick the print to G11 beds, Works best with Magigoo specific to your printing needs. More here:  https://www.formtech.co.nz/products/garolite-11-build-plate

 

Replace your build plate for these printers:

220x220: Anet A8, Wanhao Dup 6, Dup i3, i3 Plus, Ultimaker 1/2/3, Cocoon Touch, MonoPrice Select Plus


235x235: Creality Ender 3/4/5, Creality CR-20/CR-20 Pro, Geeetech A10 Series (all), Artillery Genius, Prusa MK3 and MK3S

310x310: Artillery Sidewinder X1, Creality CR-10/CR-10S, Folger Tech FT5, Tevo Black Widow, JG Aurora A5 Series, Wanhao D9(300), Creality CR-10S Pro, CR-X, CR-10 V2 
350x350: Ender 5 Plus
NOTE: If there is a size you need and its not here on the list please email us as we can get cut to size on request.
Mine is 480x390 for high temp beds.

**Chart is for reference only.
We recommend measuring your build surface before ordering

Please note you do not need to heat your bed for nylon to stick to Garolite.

Note: Build plate only, you may need to drill appropriate mounting holes or use bulldog clips for securing.

 

MAINTENANCE

Wipe the print surface before and after a print with isopropyl alcohol to maintain a clean surface.

Clean off PVA glue or Magigoo with warm water. If the print surface becomes damaged, it is recommended that users lightly sand with 220 grit sandpaper or a scotch bright pad. It is best to sand the entire plate evenly to avoid creating low spots. Avoid inhaling dust particles from sanding by wearing a respirator mask.