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Diall Blue Tape

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Hi all,

I have a UM2 and after using this forum as a great resource i finally have something to give back.

I used to use 3M bluetape however when i went to restock in my local B&Q there was none there so i tired their own brand, "Diall", blue tape. The stuff works great, 50mmx50m is €9 and the parts adhere great when printing and are very easy to remove, no tape sticks to the bottom when printing PLA. I had a lot of trouble with the 3M being too stuck and the tape tearing upon removal.

Diall Blue Tape

I hope some others may try it out and see what they think. I see the one review on the B&Q site is from someone with a 3D printer so i am not alone.

Happy printing.

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I personally use car body masking tape. Not as much of a "grain" as normal interior decorating stuff, but boy does it stick to my printing bed! Honestly worrying when a masking tape is too sticky. Probably us lot love it, but decorators are getting frustrated

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