Teenitor 3D Print Removal Tools with Sturdy Wooden Handle, Tool Kit for 3D Printer Spatula Palette Knife Painting Enhanced Version Pack of 5
Features : – Set of 5 3d printer tools, rigid, functional, various sizes, various shapes, various purposes – Excellent flexible flat top, stainless steel, break resistance – Sturdy and comfortable wooden handle – The thicker neck is useful for removing rafts and for trimming off supports Specifications : Size: 5 various sizes Weight: 0.12kg Material:
Features : – Set of 5 3d printer tools, rigid, functional, various sizes, various shapes, various purposes – Excellent flexible flat top, stainless steel, break resistance – Sturdy and comfortable wooden handle – The thicker neck is useful for removing rafts and for trimming off supports Specifications : Size: 5 various sizes Weight: 0.12kg Material: Stainless steel with wooden handle Color: Brown Package includes : 5*3D Print Removal Tools Directions for Use To remove prints off the bed, work the edge of the tool under a corner of the print, approximately half way between the tip of the blade and the handle Next, use a sawing motion to get the tool under the rest of the print to separate it from the bed. Tilting or twisting the blade slightly will help speed up the lifting of the print If you cannot get the blade under the print to start, bring the left edge of the tool against a right-side corner of the print and twist the handle clockwise. Repeat until the corner lifts up enough to allow the blade to start getting under the print If the print is firmly stuck to the print bed, try pushing the tool so that the handle is closer to the print. This brings the thicker part of the blade (closest to the handle) under the object and acts as a wedge to help pry the part up. Wiggle the blade loose and repeat If the print is stuck too firmly to remove with the tool, you may need to slightly increase your starting nozzle elevation. The idea is to have the print stick firmly to the bed during printing, but still be removed with the tool
- Enhanced version pack of 5: it includes 5 sizes. You can choose a suitable one to help with prying out printed items.
- Thicker neck，not bent easily：It needs to be just a bit stiffer to loosen a stubborn print, but it doesn’t damaged any of your projects your my printer bed by using it.
- Fantastic and versatile：Although it’s marketed as a 3D print removal tool, it also very useful for removing stickers and scraping the small amounts of filament you tend to get stuck on the bed from not having a level bed, and it helped remove the painters tape residue left from the tape. Works very well to remove freshly printed parts
- Durable and stiff: Note that this isn’t made for prying the print off the bed like you would use a putty knife. It’s more for sliding under the print and unsticking as you go, or perhaps slipping the middle under the print and “sawing” the print off. It’s thin and flimsy which lets it get under the print, but not TOO flimsy – it’s also thick enough to be durable, assuming you aren’t prying. Prying would definitely ruin this tool. This tool is that much better than trying to use something else
- Flexible and effective：This 3D Print Removal Tool works super well. A must have for a 3D printer. It’s great for getting prints off your print surface without damaging their bases. It is very simple and extremely effective. Seems to be very well constructed and the blade is flexible but doesn’t get bent up easily; it has a very flat top which makes removing models really easy