JB3D provide some of the best aftermarket beds available for any FDM 3D printer. Smooth beds are bubble-free and use a thicker PEI sheet than competitors to ensure a more durable print surface
We currently only offer a single sided smooth sheet, after reaching out to the community we found this was preferred for a multitude of reasons (don’t make me list them! Just message me if you really want to know :P) but are researching some textured options as well.
These do not come with a magnet sheet as you most likely have one already so we can offer them cheaper without clogging up your cupboards
Below you can find a list of printers and their compatible build sizes, these are pertinent to our other product offerings but will work on any printer of the same size of course, providing you have a magnetic sheet on the bed!
- 125 x125 – Voron 0.1 (and any derivatives, Micron, Tiny-M, Salad Fork, Tri-Zero, Double Dragon… etc…)
- 255 x 255 – Voron 2.4, Trident
- 305 x 305 – Voron 2.4, Trident
- 355 x 355 – Voron 2.4, Trident
We recommend you prepare the surface prior to printing for optimum stick-ability, this is easily done by scrubbing the sheet with a scotchbrite or high grit sandpaper (600+) and then washing with hot soapy water.
JB3D Smooth PEI Spring Steel Print Beds are also replaceable with a fresh PEI sheet should you wish to, this means you keep your spring steel sheet but get a brand new PEI coating. This can be done by freezing the sheet for 15 minutes then removing the adhesive sheet from the edges with a spudger or similar tool, it should all come off in one go. You can then soak the sheet in warm water with a dishwasher tablet overnight and the remaining adhesive should easily peel off. We will be adding replacement sheets which will be oversized for super easy fitment and can be easily trimmed with a a blade. This will of course be more cost effective than an entirely new JB3D Smooth PEI Spring Steel Print Bed.
There are some great videos out there with when to use a smooth PEI sheet:
Combine this sheet with a new printer 🙂