Gizmo Dorks Blue Painters Tape for 3D Printers 6.25″ x 100′

Gizmo Dorks blue painter’s tape is the go-to and cost effective way of covering your 3D printer bed plate. Plastic filament such as ABS or PLA stick well to this tape while also being forgiving enough to let go when your print is finished. The tape is easy to apply and remove, with strong adhesion. The tape is 6.25 inches wide, so you don’t have to worry about stringing small 1 inch wide tapes together to form zig-zag rows. For most printer beds, you’ll only need one piece of tape. The roll is 100′ long and 6.25″ wide, so one roll will last through plenty of your prints.

Product Features

  • Dimensions : 100 feet x 6.25 inches
  • Plastic filament adheres well but prints come off cleanly
  • Easy to reapply and remove tape
  • No lines on print bottoms from multiple pieces of tape
  • Similar to the tape that comes with Makerbot printers

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  1. Great for use on 3D printer beds. Because the roll is a very wide 6.25″ it takes less striping to cover a printer bed. Tear them up pulling off a print? No problem! Just pull off the torn sheet and lay down a new one. You can do it a hundred times or so on one roll. PLA and ABS and PETG sticks really well to this tape. Sometimes so well you may have to work at getting off the bottom of your print. It’s surface texture is fairly smooth so your print bottoms look smooth too with just…

  2. Xyz – Da Vinci Mini WifiPrinted on every speed available so far with a hollow up to a 50% infill not a single problemWorks great with a cold print bed so far after about 25 successful prints.Normal white masking tape or 3M painters tape with Elmers doesn’t compare and it’s amazing not to having to constantly apply paste waiting for the first layer to clearPeels up easily post print – maybe had to use a metal spatula twice to free object post print…

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