ANYCUBIC Ultrabase Self-adhesive 3d printer platform Build Surface Glass plate 220x220mm – Compatible with MK2 & MK3 hot bed Prusa i3

December 19, 2017 - Comment

What printing experience was brought to the table by Ultrabase? Watch the video to find What has been bougtht to us by Ultrabase. Go to:  ANYCUBIC Ultrabase Self-adhesive 3d printer platform How to assemble the Ultrabase platform: Ultrabase has the same installation holes (209*209mm) as the standard MK2 and MK3 hot bed, and it’s compatible

What printing experience was brought to the table by Ultrabase?
Watch the video to find What has been bougtht to us by Ultrabase.
Go to:  ANYCUBIC Ultrabase Self-adhesive 3d printer platform

How to assemble the Ultrabase platform:

Ultrabase has the same installation holes (209*209mm) as the standard MK2 and MK3 hot bed, and it’s compatible with almost all 3D printers with MK2 and MK3 hot bed.
Just peel off the blue tape on the backside, and then fit the Ultrabase to the hotbed (base).

Please visit our official website: www.anycubic3d.com

Or Youtube channel: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDup0gp9pLA for assembly video

Attention:
* 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;
* Clean the platform surface with alcohol/water.

Temperature settings for different filaments:
1. PLA:50-70℃
2. Flexible filament: 50-70℃
3. ABS:100-125℃ ( 110℃ is recommended )
4. PC:100-130℃ ( 120℃ is recommended )
5. Nelon:90-120℃ ( 110℃ is recommended )
6. PP:100-130℃ ( 120℃ is recommended )
7. PETG: 50-70℃

Ultrabase Specification:
1. Material : Special Glass + microporous coatings + Heatbed
2. Item size : 220*220*5.5mm
3. N.W :750g
4. G.W :870g
5. Box size : 26.5cm*26.5cm*5.5cm

Heat bed Specification:
(1)Material: Aluminum base
(2)Voltage: 12V/24V
(3)Max Temperature:120 Degree Celsius
(4)Dimensions:220mmx220mm
(5)Thickness: heat bed 1.5mm  (6)Resistance around 0.9 ohm for 12V
(7)Resistance around 3.6 ohm for 24V
(8)100 Degree Celsius suggested for both 12V and 24V

Package List:
1x ANYCUBIC Ultrabase 3D Printer Platform with Ultrabase heatbed
4* M3X35 Screws
4*M3 nuts
4* spacers

Product Features

  • Excellent adhesion: Ultrabase covered by microporous coating, shows strong adhesion in printing. Easy to take off models by hand or with a little help from the scrapper for very large models.
  • Ultrabase integrated with heated bed: Super Flatness, Fast and uniform heating
  • Durable: The special coating is inorganic and has a hardness of 8 Mohs, and it is capable to work at 400℃.
  • Easy to clean: Ultrabase is easy to clean by alcohol/water.
  • Compatibility: compatible with all the Cartesian style 3D printer with a MK3 heated bed. Upgrade your printer with Ultrabase! You can get full support from the manual and video provided.
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Comments

Mark Webb says:

A great product. I installed this onto my Anycubic Prusa … A great product. I installed this onto my Anycubic Prusa I3. I recalibrated the table with the paper gauge in the kit and the first couple of prints were great. The next print didn’t stick very well, then I read that it is recommended to use a lint free cloth and IPA to clean the table. After this I have had fault free printing. Currently I have only printed with PLA but will soon try with ABS.

F M Clewer says:

Reasonably good but needs time to get your machine calibrated to work with it well. Good replacement for Anet A8 heated bed – though you will need to lightly modify the bed carrier. Watch for the glass popping up off the heat bed when the adhesive gets hot, as this will properly knacker your hard fought bed level – and be sure to lock off your bed levelling screws with locking nuts/washers so they can’t push up the glass as you adjust the bed level. The print surface is good, though I use hairspray to encourage a bit of extra adhesion. The glass *will* trash brass print…

RW says:

Brillaint product I bought the Ultrabase glass bed to go on the heated bed on my Hictop Prusa I3. The glass bed is smaller than the original (214 x 214 instead of 275 x 220) however as it was almost impossible to get flat prints without warping and shrinking at the edges of the original bed the loss of size isn’t a major problem. Some prints had to go diagonal on the bed to get the size. There are a number of YouTube links shown and more if you search for them that show reviews and fitting instructions. It was…

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