We haz plenty of spray adhesive for art
On Wed, Mar 21, 2018, 2:50 PM Jake <jake(a)spaz.org> wrote:
would not Silicone Caulk make an ok adhesive? mechanically pressing
the glass with an open-cell foam pad seems smart though to provide some
insulation on the bottom of the heater anyway.
On Wed, 21 Mar 2018, Adam wrote:
Nope, just finding a good adhesive for
reattaching it is hard. I ended up
just using an open cell foam pad to push the header on the glass
Only advice is to not be too aggressive and let the glue take its time to
release. Doingbot while warm would help.
On Mar 21, 2018 1:34 PM, "Marc Juul" <marc(a)juul.io> wrote:
Cool! Hey is there any reason why I can't do that end then just flip the
glass, clean it and re-attach the heating pad on the bottom?
Any tips on getting the heating pad off?
On Wed, Mar 21, 2018 at 11:34 AM, Adam <me(a)adammunich.com> wrote:
> I have successfully separated the heating pad from my old Taz bed it's
> quite robust
> On Mar 21, 2018 8:10 AM, "Marc Juul" <marc(a)juul.io> wrote:
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2018 at 3:51 PM, Jake <jake(a)spaz.org> wrote:
>>> I 3d printed stuff last night and it worked great. I scraped off the
>>> stuff on
>>> the print bed and exposed the actual glass print bed! it's still good
>>> there are a couple of serious craters. Not sure what to do about the
>>> perhaps fill them in with caulk? Silicone caulk sticks to glass.
>> Yeah sorry about that. One of the craters is my fault. I was printing
>> a really cold night with ABS and the ABS
stuck so well to the glass
>> temperature difference in the room was so
great that the ABS
cooled actually took off a bit of the glass. I will try to find and
> order replacement glass.
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