LokBuild 3D Print Build Surface, sticky back sheet, quick, clean removal of printed parts, versatile (SINGLE PACK 12″ (305x305mm))

THE SOLUTION Are you having difficulties getting your 3D prints to stick without warping? Struggling to remove your finished model after printing? Tired of messing around with inadequate solutions such as kapton, blue builders tape, hairspray and ABS slurry? LokBuild is the answer! LokBuild provides the perfect printing surface for 3D models to adhere and also allows completed objects to be removed easily. LokBuild is a durable sheet that sticks to the bed of 3D printers. WHAT IS LOKBUILD? LokBuild is the ultimate 3D printing surface for FFF/FDM 3D printers. It is a long lasting alternative to films and tapes. LokBuild can be easily cut to suit the exact shape and size of your 3D printers build surface. LokBuild is made from uniquely textured sheets that attach to your build plate easily with heat-resistant adhesive backing. LokBuild replaces the need for blue masking tape or polyimide films such as Kapton Tape. It is made from heat-resistant materials to provide a stable build platform for 3D printed models whilst allowing completed models to be removed easily. LOKBUILD MATERIALS We are constantly testing new materials. Here is a list of just some materials that have been successfully printed on LokBuild… ABS, PLA, HIPS, PET colorFabb_XT, colorFabb nGen, colorFabb_HT, colorFabb XT-CF20 (carbon fibre) Woodfill, Bronzefill, Copperfill, Brassfill Polymaker PC-Plus (polycarbonate), Polymaker PC-Max (polycarbonate), Polymaker PolyFlex, Ninjaflex HOW TO USE LOKBUILD If you have ever used tape or films you will know that they are difficult to fit. LokBuild is more rigid and really easy to apply to your build plate. Also it is almost impossible for air bubbles to get trapped beneath the LokBuild surface. LokBuild can be removed from the build plate cleanly in one piece and leaves no residue behind.

Product Features

  • Build sheet adheres to a print bed to help the filament stick during printing, while also enabling quick & clean removal of the printed part afterward
  • Durable construction allows for multiple uses with either the same or different filament material, Single sheet design installs more quickly and with fewer bubbles than tape or films
  • Optimal 3D Printing Surface, Improves Model Adhesion, Reduces Warping, Easier Nozzle Height Calibration, Durable and Long Lasting
  • Protect your Build Plate, Easy Removal of Completed Prints, One Build Surface suitable for most materials, Easy to Install and Remove.

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High quality brass nozzle with curved handle for power brush with greater ease and comfort. Bristles manufactured in brass with a length of 1.4 cm

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  • Brass bristles (Length: 1.4 cm
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Ultra Clean Holdings and Kulicke & Soffa to 3D print semiconductor equipment parts

Dec 16, 2015 | By Kira

Ultra Clean Holdings, Inc. (UCT), a provider of broad-based manufacturing capabilities and owner of the largest 3D printing facility in South East Asia, has announced a partnership with Kulicke & Soffa (K&S) for the use of their commercial scale 3D printing services, making K&S the first known company in the semiconductor equipment market to adopt the mass customization capabilities of 3D printing technology.

Through the partnership, K&S has already designed and manufactured a valuable 3D printed component for its Atserion i-MULTI wedge bonder: the contamination removal kit built, which was designed to assist in cleaning the surface of the bonding materials in rigorous high-volume manufacturing environments. By utilizing UCT’s 3D printing technology, the K&S was able to design the contamination kit so that it can optimize the use of space near the bonding device, making it compact and easily customizable.

Kulicke & Soffa is a global leader in the design and manufacture of semiconductor, LED and electronic assembly equipment. Essentially, they provide equipment and tools that are used in the production of various semiconductor devices. In turn, their customers use these tools to produce the chips that enable everything from computers to LED TVs and pacemakers. By being one of, if not the first, semiconductor equipment company to adopt 3D printing, they hope to open new frontiers in the advanced manufacturing industry.

“With this 3D printing concept, the time required for transforming and fully customizing an idea to a prototype and a product is greatly reduced. We are very impressed with the 3D printed product and appreciate the efforts put in by UCT,” said Chan Pin Chong, Vice President of the K&S Wedge Bonders, Capillaries and Blades business lines. “The success of this technology adoption injected more confidence for us to explore the possibilities to do the same for the other parts built into our equipment.”

While K&S may just be discovering the many benefits of additive manufacturing now, UCT made its entry to the 3D printing market earlier this year when it acquired Prototype Asia LLC and opened the UCT Additive Manufacturing Center in Singapore, adding 3D printing to its traditional manufacturing services as a leading developer and supplier of critical systems and subsystems for the semiconductor capital equipment, flat panel, medical, energy and research industries.

UCT offers a variety of 3D printing technique options, including FDM 3D printing, PolyJet modeling, SLA and SLS metal 3D printing, DMLS, full color powder binding and wax jetting, all of which allow the company to provide comprehensive solutions to aerospace, medical, machinery, computer, electronics, and of course semiconductor businesses.

“We are pleased that our 3D expertise and capabilities enabled K&S with a customizable product,” said Lavi Lev, Senior Vice President, Asia Division at UCT. “K&S is at the leading edge of manufacturing as the first known company to integrate 3D printing into the production of semiconductor assembly equipment on a commercial scale.”

The partnership is just one more step towards bringing 3D customization capabilities to new industries and markets, and will surely open new doors for 3D printing and advanced manufacturing within the semiconductor equipment market specifically.

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