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UM3 Glass specifications - looking for replacement

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Hi everyone,

 

I´m looking to buy one or more new glass plates for my UM3 but cant seem to find any information on exactly what Ultimaker deliver along with their machines.

 

My current glass has started to fall appart after printing alot of PETG so im looking to get at least one new glass plate for UM3, but i also want the same extremly good adheison for my CR-10 S5...

Since my UM3 is currently returned to the reseller for a warranty repair I´m unable to measure the glass my self...

 

Does anyone know exactly what Ultimaker did to their glass or just what kind of glass they used? The adheison is far better on UM3 glass than that of any other glass printsurface I´ve tried.

Does Ultimaker sell their glass plates so I can buy additional, original, glass plates? (Link please?)

 

 

For the CR-10 S5 I´m considering to buy float glass and just add a PEI-sheet on top of it if I cant get something like the UM3 uses...

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5 hours ago, Brannfjell said:

Does Ultimaker sell their glass plates so I can buy additional, original, glass plates?

Yes they do. Example 

If you can't find it on the shop of your reseller I would drop them a message and they will most likely help you out ;)

 

6 hours ago, Brannfjell said:

Does anyone know exactly what Ultimaker did to their glass or just what kind of glass they used?

I don't think they have done anything to the glass. 

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