BuildTak PEI Film

The ultimate film for your build surface

  • First-class production
  • Easy to apply
  • Ideal with the FlexPlate system
  • $23.62 $26.24 -10%

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Item no.: BT-PEI08X10, Content: 1 pc

EAN: n/a

  • First-class production
  • Easy to apply
  • Ideal with the FlexPlate system
130 x 160 mm: $9.99
165 x 165 mm: $13.74
159 x 235 mm: $18.74
203 x 203 mm: $19.16
254 x 165 mm: $19.99
220 x 220 mm: $23.74
203 x 254 mm: $23.62
254 x 228 mm: $27.49
254 x 254 mm: $28.74
304 x 215 mm: $29.99
304 x 304 mm: $39.99
406 x 406 mm: $66.66
500 x 500 mm: $99.99

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: BuildTak
Content: 1 pc


The BuildTak polyetherimide (PEI) construction surfaces are manufactured in the USA to ensure consistent quality and composition.

They are made from premium Ultem 1000 PEI, which is equipped with the No-Cleanup BuildTak Original Adhesive.

As a comparable alternative to the BuildTak Original 3D printing surface, BuildTak PEI has slightly different adhesion and release properties that vary depending on the material being printed.

In general, BuildTak PEI provides easier removal of finished prints, while BuildTak Original provides a greater hold when printing.

Combined with our Complete BuildTak FlexPlate system, you can easily swap multiple FlexPlates between the BuildTak Original and BuildTak PEI print finishes, depending on the material being printed.

For example, PolyCarbonate needs the extra hold of BuildTak to finish the prints, while PEI is recommended for easier removal of the models for PETG.

Questions & Answers about BuildTak PEI film

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  • How thick is this PEI sheet?

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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.