NEW PRODUCTS – PRINTinZ Skins for – Flashforge – 152mm x 232mm / Micro 3D Printer – 116mm x 116mm / Ultimaker – 229mm x 257mm

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NEW PRODUCTS – PRINTinZ Skins for – Flashforge – 152mm x 232mm / Micro 3D Printer – 116mm x 116mm / Ultimaker – 229mm x 257mm


Looking to improve the printing bed on your Flashforge Creator Pro, M3D or Ultimaker?

The PRINTinZ Skin is a peel and stick surface for 3D printer beds made from the same durable material as the outer layers of the Plate. It’s the perfect option for those who prefer printing on a non-flexible printer bed. Printinz Skins can hold up to plenty of scraping and sanding and retain their adhesion properties indefinitely.

PRINTinZ products were developed to be a superior alternative to the print surfacers being used on consumer 3D printers. If you’ve spent any time using a fused filament type of machine like our Printrbots, then you understand the demands on the print surface. The PRINTinZ Skin works with all of our PLA and ABS filaments.

Features:

  • Strong adhesion
  • Clean Removal of 3D prints
  • Excellent surface finish
  • Long-lasting durability


Check out the PRINTinZ Skin for Flashforge – 152mm x 232mm!

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In stock and shipping now!


Check out the PRINTinZ Skin for M3D – 116mm x 116mm!

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In stock and shipping now!


Check out the PRINTinZ Skin for Ultimaker – 229mm x 257mm!

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In stock and shipping now!


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