|CEL||Robox LokBuild : 3D Print Build Surface for Robox 3D printers|
|CEL category||CEL Robox®|
|Weight for shipping (kg)||0.1|
|Product Name||Robox LokBuild|
LokBuild provides an alternative print surface suitable for printing with colder bed temperatures for reduced warping and improved bridging of PLA prints and other commonly used thermoplastics. LokBuild also significantly improves bed adhesion of specialist materials that do not bond naturally with Robox’s standard ThermoSurface bed sheet.
The adhesive sheet sticks to the ThermoSurface bed sheet effortlessly and is made from heat-resistant materials to provide a stable build platform whilst allowing completed models to be removed easily.
REDUCED WARPING & INCREASED ADHESION
Robox’s standard ThermoSurface bed sheet bonds extremely well with all commonly used thermoplastics, but certain specialist materials require extra adhesion and this is where LokBuild is particularly useful. LokBuild also enables printing of a number of materials, including PLA, at lower temperatures for significantly reduced warping and improved bridging capabilities.
BUILD PLATE PROTECTION
LokBuild is heat resistant and durable. It can be reused for many consecutive prints and a variety of different types of filament without needing to change the printing surface.
If you have ever used tape or films with other 3D printers, you will know that they are difficult to fit. LokBuild is more rigid and very easy to apply to Robox’s build plate, where it is virtually impossible for air bubbles to get trapped beneath the LokBuild surface.
Please note: Software nozzle height recalibration is required before use. Please see instructions supplied with product or Robox User Guide for details.
A ThermoSurface Bed Sheet is also required to use LokBuild. Please do not stick the adhesive directly onto the aluminium build plate. Once LokBuild has been used on a ThermoSurface Bed Sheet it is not advisable to use it without a LokBuild in the future, due to the strong adhesive backing.
Further information can be found on the LokBuild website: http://www.lokbuild.com/