EZFlex2 Flex Plate from TH3D (CR10 3D Printer)

Any 3D printing projects
Post Reply
User avatar
bob195558
Posts: 2205
Joined: Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:24 pm
Country: United States
Location: New England, Vermont
Contact:

EZFlex2 Flex Plate from TH3D (CR10 3D Printer)

Post by bob195558 » Fri Dec 06, 2019 4:45 pm

EZFlex2 Flex Plate from TH3D (CR10 3D Printer)
https://www.th3dstudio.com/product/ezfl ... i-coating/

The size I purchased for my CR10 3D Printer was the 310 mm X 320 mm cut size,
which is the best cut size for the CR10 Printer.
EZFlex2 Plate_a.jpg


This new TH3D product is a big help for several reasons.
1) If you have a print surface of glass, you can throw it away
and so loosing the weight of it.
2) You can choose a print surface which works much better than glass.
3) With the Flex Plate removal of the finished Print is a lot easier.
4) A lot less trouble and messing around using hair spays, glues and tape.
5) You can apply other build sheet if you like, like the EZMat sheet.

You may also, want to purchase the EZFlex² Magnetic Base (140C Max Temp).
https://www.th3dstudio.com/product/ezfl ... etic-base/
This is a big help, as no more clips to hold the print surface in place.

When you receive your new EZFlex2 Flex Plate, it is helpful to deburr the edges.
I used a small electric hand belt sander and a find grit stone to give a nice
finished edge after removing the cut size burr.
electric hand belt sander_b.jpg
See here for a bundled packaged,
EZFlex² – Flexible Print System: https://www.th3dstudio.com/product/ezfl ... nt-system/



Also, if you do the "Increase Y-axis Print-Bed Travel Mod (CR10 3D Printer)"
with using the EZFlex² 310mm X 320mm cut size,
you will be able to increase the Y-axis Print Area of your CR10 Printer.
See here: https://openrcforums.com/forum/viewtopi ... 97#p147097
EZFlex2 Plate_d.jpg
EZFlex2 Plate_c.jpg
Er9x on 9x radio, with Smartieparts Programmer and TelemetrEZ Board.
ErSky9x on Taranis, Sky9x, 9Xtreme radios.
3D-Printing: (https://openrcforums.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=129).


Post Reply

Return to “3D Printing”