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    cr10 bed adhesion problems

    prints are not sticking to the bed, i had recently gotten an new bed for my printer along with some other things, i had been using hairspray for it to stick but stopped since i got the new bed, i have leveled it found that hot bed is sunken which seems to make the glass uneven when i try to level the printer manually, if anyone has any tips or tricks for me please do, since i am stuck and basically unable to print





    Bed: Official Creality 3D Tempered Glass Heated Bed Build Platform for CR-10/CR-10S 310x310x4mm


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    Welcome to the forum joeywheeler. I don't have a CR10 but hopefully someone will come along and help.
    If the bed is not staying flat when heated, seems communication with the seller would be worthwhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    Welcome to the forum joeywheeler. I don't have a CR10 but hopefully someone will come along and help.
    If the bed is not staying flat when heated, seems communication with the seller would be worthwhile.
    i had bought it a while ago and had stopped printing for a while, and had begone just last month and i bought it off of amazon, so contact with the maker would be hard

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    That makes sense. Do you still have the original bed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    That makes sense. Do you still have the original bed?
    yes i do

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    Unless the variation of gap on the new plate is tolerable, you may need to find a different solution. What would you like to improve on the original bed?

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    adhesion, i used hairspray to make the prints stick but it isn't sticking on my new bed (i don't use hair spray on this bed)

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    If the new bed is not flat, it will cause adhesion issues where the gap is too much. Filament can also have issues where the gap is to little.
    I am suggesting going back to the old bed and hair spray if the new bed is not meeting the requirements for printing.

 

 

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