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Adhesion sheets are sticking TOO mauch

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I bought a box with 25 adhesion sheets.

 

After printng an object I was not able to get it of the sheet.

I tried several things: heat the gals again, using water, put it in the freezer, etc.

Nothing worked.

To get the damaged sheet of the glas is a lot of work too.!

 

The sheets are not cheap and I cannot believe that the designers only looked to the capability of the strength of sticking.

The use of this product should be easy.

 

Did i miss instructions or is the product not so good as i expected??

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On 2/24/2018 at 2:40 PM, herman-wouters said:

I bought a box with 25 adhesion sheets.

 

After printng an object I was not able to get it of the sheet.

I tried several things: heat the gals again, using water, put it in the freezer, etc.

Nothing worked.

To get the damaged sheet of the glas is a lot of work too.!

 

The sheets are not cheap and I cannot believe that the designers only looked to the capability of the strength of sticking.

The use of this product should be easy.

 

Did i miss instructions or is the product not so good as i expected??

Did you ever manage to find a solution for this as I am having the exact same problem?

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13 minutes ago, Dim3nsioneer said:

Have you seen this guide: https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/22187-how-to-use-adhesion-sheets ?

 

Both applying and removing like this worked pretty well so far for me.

Just to clarify, I'm not having a problem putting on or removing the sheets, I'm having a problem getting my ABS print removed from the sheet/buildplate.

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