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Posted · Ultimaker s5 LayerLock Garolite Build Plate?

Has anyone used the LayerLock Garolite Build Plate from MatterHackers on a S5 yet?

I just got a new customer who wants me to print a sample in all the options so he can pick the one he wants.


Wood-fill materials
Metal-fill materials[2][3]
Nylon (Various)[2]
Taulman 910[2]
Taulman T-Glase


[1]May require PVA glue
[2]Nylon Filament requires the 3D printer to have an all-metal hotend.
[3]Abrasive materials require the 3D printer to have a High Performance Nozzle such as a Hardened Steel Nozzle or Ruby Nozzle.

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Posted · Ultimaker s5 LayerLock Garolite Build Plate?

I don't know the build plate you mentioned, but you can print all these materials also on glass on your S5. You need some adhesive tools, like 3DLac or Dimafix spray or the adhesion sheets and a glue stick.


For the abrasive materials you should use the CC-Red print core with the ruby nozzle. 

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