Trouble With 3D Print Plate Adhesion? Try 3D-EeZ

By on June 17th, 2015 in Hardware


One of the most problematic issues with personal 3D printers is having prints remain stuck to the bed during printing. 3D-EeZ has a solution for that. 

The problem has long been recognized by those performing 3D printing and has resulted in numerous approaches, including: blue painters tape, hair spray, acetone “juice”, glue stick applications and specialized replacement beds. The most effective solution is actually a heated print plate or chamber, but many inexpensive 3D printers are not equipped with such. 

3D-EeZ is a liquid solution that you apply to your existing print bed. After several coatings, it dries into a surface capable of fixing your prints to the bed without incident. We’re told one application of 3D-EEZ is suitable for a number of prints, so you do not have to re-apply the material on each print. 

How well does it work? We recommend checking out Fabbaloo friend Richard Horne’s lab test of this product. Horne found 3D-EeZ was able to keep virtually all materials secured to the print bed during printing, even more than desired in some cases. Horne used a heated bed during his testing, but we believe the product could work well without one, too. 

3D-EeZ is available in the USA and UK currently, in several prices and container sizes, but for a point of reference, the 1L bottle is priced at USD$30. 

If you’re having challenges with print adhesion, you might want to give 3D-EeZ a try. 

Via 3D-EeZ

By Kerry Stevenson

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has written over 8,000 stories on 3D printing at Fabbaloo since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!