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Glass platform - Replicator 2

by toni1727, published

Glass platform - Replicator 2 by toni1727 Jan 30, 2013

Description

I uploaded a tabs for glue in a glass platform.

Very recomendable upgrade with this:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:44797

Flat and smooth

Dimensions: 285mmx166mmx8mm

The most important measure is 166 mm

It is very important use tape for print!

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Yup, got mine from the local Glass-worker, costed me about $10 and took 1 day.
I don't know if it's the same everywhere. But the glazier who worked on
my part said that all measurements was +/- 1mm. Se be sure to tell them
that the 166mm measurement is the most important one and they can try to
adapt to that
to print elsewhere.
This thing is for the Replicator 2, then... that people can use .thing.
why do you want STL version?

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Instructions

Just print two tabB and one tabA. Glue to the glass platform.

Enjoy!!

Is it possible to get an STL version of this?
This thing is for the Replicator 2, then... that people can use .thing.
why do you want STL version?
to print elsewhere.
Any places online you could order the glass? Where would one get this size of glass sheet generally?
I've already replaced my acrylic platform once and this new one is already getting pretty beat up.
In any store in your neighborhood you can cut this crystal. It is easy
Yup, got mine from the local Glass-worker, costed me about $10 and took 1 day.
I don't know if it's the same everywhere. But the glazier who worked on
my part said that all measurements was +/- 1mm. Se be sure to tell them
that the 166mm measurement is the most important one and they can try to
adapt to that
clever idea,

On my glass plate, after I tape it up, I align the plate using the factory acrylic piece, and draw alignment marks on the tape with a black marker.

I may have to try your technique instead. I might just design a snap-on set of tabs, however.
have you checked to se just how flat to the extruder it is? My biggest problem with the stock plastic bed is it is not completely flat to the print head.
100% flat. The stock plastic bed is awful....
Does pla stick to it?
Yes, of course with Cyanoacrylate
Hello, what kind of glass is it?
Nice work btw ;)
Just a normal glass - Price 15 €
ok thank's ;)
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