3M Blue Tape 2090

Better adhesion to the printing bed

  • Perfect for unheated building boards
  • Improved adhesion
  • Easier model detachment
  • $15.24
  • from 2 only $13.73 / pc -10%
    from 5 only $12.98 / pc -15%

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Item no.: SCH-501DM2090504, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 4046719236527

24 mm: $8.16
from 2 $7.32
from 5 $6.91
48 mm: $15.24
from 2 $13.73
from 5 $12.98
  • Perfect for unheated building boards
  • Improved adhesion
  • Easier model detachment

Product information & technical details

Item no.:
SCH-501DM2090504
Manufacturer No.:
501DM2090504
Manufacturers:
3M
Content:
1 pc
Category :
3D Printer Accessories , Tools
Width:
24 mm, 48 mm
Length:
50 m

Description

Cover your printing bed with 3M blue tape to create perfect adhesion for 3D printing.
Blue Tape also ensures easier removal of the printed 3D models from the printing bed.

There are various different types of blue tape. Each tape has a different surface, and each tape offers better or less ideal adhesion of 3D printing models. We have tested most of the blue tape varieties and have gained the best experience when using the 3M Blue Tape Number 2090. This tape offers the best surface adhesion while offering easy detachment of the printing models.

More information

NOTE! Not suitable for heated building boards. Please use Kapton Tape instead.

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The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.