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3D Printing on Ninja Plate: Flexible Build Plate

If your an avid FDM 3D printer operator, you’ve probably broken at least one print while attempting to remove it from the build plate. Removing 3D printed parts can be tough. Over time, chiseling objects off can scratch and damage your plate. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just bend the plate to pop off your parts?

Ninja plate is strong and flexible karate chopping printing surface. It bends without breaking and straights back out to a flat plate.

Stop wasting time with tape covered glass, plain acrylic or other substrates that must be prepared with glue, hairspray or other messy substances. Switch to the Ninja Printer Plate and get busy printing!

Check out our guide for installing and more details! You can pick up your Ninja Plate at their online shop.


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