Using Puzzle Conserver on glass as PLA print surface

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  1. mundsen

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    When I was in the store to buy UHU glue, then I found something called Puzzle conserver:
    http://www.babylonpuzzles.com/en/6877-1 ... urger.html

    I have done a small test printing PLA with 80 degrees on the bed - worked fine.

    the bottle have a sponge in the front, so it is very simple to apply to the glass.

    I`m going to do more tests this weekend.
     
  2. Eaglezsoar

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    How did the tests go?
     
  3. mundsen

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    Printed this on glass + Puzzle Conserver

    65c on the bed - worked fine, and simple to remove when the print bed was could.
     

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    Amazon.com has it for $7.48 with Prime Shipping, I will have to grab a bottle.
    The ability to use a sponge tip to apply the glue has to be better than spraying hair spray all over.
    Thanks for finding this.
     
  5. mundsen

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    I plan to test printing Taulman Bridge filament on this surface, but I have to solve a problem i have when printing Taulman Bridge using my E3D-V5 where it gets clogged 30-40 min into the printjob.
    I`m not shure if there is a fault on my E3D, or if I must test the oil trick..??
     
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    I found it in my local bookstore :)
     

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