Makers and developers that have trouble removing their 3D printed objects from the build plate of their 3D printers, might be interested in a new flexible build plate which has been designed by Viktor Jondal and Peter Ragonetti.
The Fleks3d as the plate has been called has been designed to provide a smooth workflow and a higher success rate on creating perfect 3D printed objects. Removing the need for you to use scrapers or possibly damage your 3D printer design when removing it from your printers build plate.
Watch the video below to learn more about this flexible 3D printing plate which is taken to Kickstarter to raise just $10,000 to make the jump into production. With 30 days still remaining on the campaign over 150 backers have already pledged funds helping the 3D printer accessory climb closer to its goal.
FLEKS3D is an ADD-ON compatible with ANY desktop 3D printer (FFM). FLEKS3D makes 3D printing EASIER, with a HIGHER SUCCESS RATE and provides a SMOOTHER WORKFLOW.
EASIER by releasing the print with a single “FLEKS” of the plate. The part simply pops off. No more damaged prints, no more scraping and no more cut fingers. HIGHER SUCCESS RATE with a proprietary texture that grabs the first layer and keeps it in place. No more blue tape, No more hairspray.
For more information on the new Fleks3d jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge from $35.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News