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Has anybody tried "glass beading" shot blasting the glass plate to assist in first layer adhesion.?

One side only incase it does not work.

 

John

Spain

 

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Nope; are you trying to clean the plate or scour it? If cleaning I would be inclined to use something softer than glass such as walnut beads, which we use for cleaning carburettor bodies.

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Just to reduce the surface area and increase the pressure between the filament and the glass.

It would give any gasses or air bubbles from the hot filament a place to escape, as opposed to lifting from a flat surface.

 

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