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3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz

3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz

3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz
$ 24.99

Score By Feature

Based on 1,294 ratings
Easy to remove
9.31
Easy to clean
8.90
Adhesion
8.88
Value for money
8.38

OveReview Final Score

How Our Score Is Calculated

Product Description

It works like magic because it is based on science. Parts stick at hot temperatures and release when cooled. It dries fast and is not tacky so it won't clog your nozzles.
This long lasting coating enables you to print several times on a single coating it can be recharged with a wet sponge to get more prints from one application costing only a few cents
WATER SOLUBLE - Removable with water and does not exhibit any harsh odors Does not cause headaches Easy to remove with water if necessary
Application made simple - We have built in a solid foam tip that makes applying the coating to your build plate surface as simple as possible and won't spill on you
Our 90-Day Manufacturer's Guarantee gives you three months to contact us if this solution does not work for your 3D printing application and receive a 100% money-back refund.

Questions & Answers

It seems to have stopped working for some reason. Is there anything you can suggest?

If you have economy mode turned on, ensure it is off. The first printers that ship with a "Economy" mode are now being spotted. A good example would be a Reality CR10. Energy savings are achieved by turning off the bed heater when this feature is enabled. In the process of cooling the bed, the coating is designed to allow the part to be released from it. In order to keep the bed at a constant temperature, it is necessary to maintain it until the print is complete.

Are you able to use ASA with it?

ASA can be used with it. According to the other person, they got chunks of their glass taken out of it since it was sticking too well. It can also happen if you print at a hotter bed temperature than recommended, or if you don't let the bed completely cool before removing the part, or if you are using low quality soda lime glass as opposed to borosilicate glass. As an example We recommend printing ABS at 80 degrees Celsius, and ASA at 100 degrees Celsius. The ABS will adhere extremely well if you print it at 110C. Our team has encountered a few printers that are set to 80C, but by doing an external temperature measurement, they are in fact at 110C 115 degrees Celsius. We once worked with a company that had 80 printers at its disposal. A printer brand produced 40 of the units and another 40 of the units. There was a problem with extreme adhesion in 20 printers of one brand where part removal after cooling was difficult. It seems that BED WELD was working on the other printers as well. A thermal gun was used to check the 20 printers that had problems, and they were all over 110 C while they were set to 80 C. As a result, they lowered their printer's temperature and the problem of extreme adhesion was solved. It is important that you print at the recommended bed temperature as well as verify that your bed is actually at that temperature. Once you wait for your bed to cool, the parts usually pop out by themselves. If you encounter extreme adhesion during printing, we have a simple fix on our FAQ page.

Do you hold the foam tip down against the surface while spreading it the entire time? Or do you blot and spread the product?

If you have a larger bed, you may need more than one squeeze but, with my 235mm square Ender 3 Pro, I never need more than one squeeze even though I cover the entire bed, and I can typically get 3 to 5 prints from a single application.

How does it look if you print TPU on the surface? How sticky is it? Does it stick too well or not at all?

Sticking properties of TPU make it a good choice. It may work well with TPU for some people. As stated, we do not support it due to some corner lifting that we continue to detect on our warp stress tests performed on various filament types. In our test, we did not use a brim, so by adding a brim, this corner lifting issue may be resolved. A TPU sheet should not adhere to itself in an extreme way. The user guide provides tips for the easiest way to remove parts that are extremely adhered. You can find these tips in our web FAQs.

Selected User Reviews For 3D Printer Adhesive Glue Bed Weld Original, Strong Grip Reduces Warping for ABS, ASA, PLA, and PETG Filament on Heated Build Plates, 118ml, 4 fl oz

The bed adheres well and is easy to release
5/5

Every since I got my Tevo Tarantula a couple of years ago, I've been applying a 50/50 mixture of Elmer's Glue and water to a sheet of glass. A friend of mine recommended this product to me, so I decided to try it. Although it costs more than glue, it is said to yield more prints per application than glue, which should make up for the differences in cost over time. You can also reuse it. Wet a dry sponge lightly and lightly wipe over the printed bed to "energize" the adhesive. This will further boost the number of prints you can achieve with My first impression from the start of the application process was positive. I was able to spread glue with my fingers instead of using my fingers It also leaves an uneven layer of adhesive on the bed, in addition to the mess it makes. I'm bent- Applying the weld with a sponge is the most common method Liquid shoe polish with a tip similar to an applicator. As a result, the coating was much more even, thin, and consistent across the entire plate. The very fact that it is a smaller detail aids in creating a better first As soon as the adhesive dried, I started my first print (in PLA, by the way) and looked forward to the outcome. Despite the fact that the first layer was near perfect, you can see in the photo that it was far from perfect. In those specific spots where the filament looks like it lifted slightly, that was due to the moisture in the filament and not any defect in the adhesive. When I heard that pop as it came out of the nozzle, I knew it was moisture in the filament. Guess it's time for my dehydrator to fire up! The bottom side of the print turned out to be mirror smooth after it was completed. That is something I have never achieved with any other adhesive method, including In terms of completing the print, I found it most satisfying to hear the print pop as it separated from the bed as it cooled down. The prints remained as is until the bed was reached room temperature Plaques with a very large surface area Having been nudge on one corner by a sharp scraper, he jumped right off the bed with no problem. The glue mix has always caused me a lot of problems getting large prints like this off the bedding, and I've often feared that I'd crack the plastic - I've had to force the extra heavy print off with my hands. It's amazing how well they stuck. Finally, whereas I have quite often seen a lift on edges and corners while using the glue method for large flat prints like these, I did not see any lift with Bed-On-Rail. You will weld. All the edges and corners of the canvas were flat against the bed, even if the first layer had been in all, I think the product would be highly recommended for anyone who has ever suffered from adhesion difficulties. If you're happy with your current makeshift method - but if you can get more efficient. This would be a good idea to try out. There may be a pleasant surprise in store for you! I have made STL files available on my Thingiverse page under the username RebelTaz for anyone who is interested in these projects or any of my other creations.

Diana Montgomery
Diana Montgomery
| Apr 30, 2021
You may need this if you have a 3D printer that has a glass bed
5/5

In my fairly new Creality Ender 3 with a factory glass bed, I was having a filament adhesion problem. When using PETG I only had good bed adhesion with PLA, but with the exotic PETG I had trouble. The glue I tried worked, but it caused a terrible mess on the bed that had to be cleaned almost every time I ended printing a project. While searching Amazon for something suitable, I came across Layerneer's "BedWeld" and decided to take it for a spin. When I created an object on PETG, however, I could not get it to stick to save myself. I used it with great success on PLA but had trouble with it when I switched to PLA. On the phone with Layerneer support, I was able to speak with (He took the time to discuss the issue while on a fishing trip, no less) and I forwarded it to him. Trying to open the stl file was a bit frustrating. In the interim, I looked further into the issue while waiting for Jeff to get back the next day, and found that the problem was NOT Layerneer's product, but a bad extruder nozzle, in addition to not having enough clearance for PETG's bed. Instead of using the 2 sheets of recommended paper, I ended up using 3 sheets of paper. I applied a thin layer of BedWeld over the entire bed and then gently cleaned the glass bed with a damp cloth. I used 3 sheets of paper to set the nozzle distance during leveling and reapplied the BedWeld evenly over the entire bed. My next print of the object I managed to get almost perfect adhesion with after it dries was the object I originally had problems with. The bed had to cool for over 10 minutes before it would release (instructions say to wait until the bed is cool before removing objects). I bought this stuff because it works, contrary to my first impression, and I had no issues with the adhesive at all. I couldn't be happier with my experience with Layner's product support, and I definitely will continue using it. If you use it properly on a properly maintained printer, it will save you headaches (which I don't need in my old age - hah! I love it). Theodore Aubrey.

Melani Mays
Melani Mays
| Dec 27, 2020
Affixes well most of the time
4/5

This adhesive is supposed to bond well with ABS, but in reality it can only bond well with ABS at a bed temperature of 80C, which is not the case when it was tested. It works fine at that temp, but if you use a faster temperature, it is going to literally WELD your print to the It will be necessary to chip away the glass in order to remove it. Apparently, it works with ABS and PLA plastics, and so the instructions claim it works with those. This is great, but PLAs typically do not In contrast, it has a question mark next to PC and PET? Is there anyone at the company who has tested It would be even more helpful if it worked with PP and nylon as well. In general, I am satisfied, but I think it could be tested more and instructions made clearer. A brief update Ensure it is never used on glass above 90 degrees. Clearly labeling the bottle with that information is necessary. If you apply the product a few times, you will probably want to take the mattress off and simply wash it. If you want to start again, you should do so.

Lina Zimmerman
Lina Zimmerman
| Aug 26, 2020
You've impressed me
5/5

It is rare for me to review products, but for this model I thought it was important. I don't know how much filament I wasted because the warp caused my print to rise from the printing surface, which is a problem with all 3D printers. It is likely that at least one or two spools have been thrown away. I have used hair spray, glue sticks, and painters tape in an attempt to overcome the warping. Although most of these methods worked until a few times, eventually they ceased to work. It wasn't clear whether I wanted to pay this much for a product that I wasn't sure would work, but I gave in and purchased it anyway. It's a great product and it works really well.

Jaziel WALLIS
Jaziel WALLIS
| Feb 07, 2021

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