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instead of glue?
#1
Pardon me for my newbness. I am only in the dream phase of owning one of these.

Yet I seem to remember at one time that people were recommending to use hairspray to cover the bed.
Did I miss an update about this?
Or have people forgotten about using it?

Maybe next year after we get the car paid for and are no longer getting fuel oil.
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#2
Hairspray will work - but it is very messy. I dont think the hairspray is forgotten, but in a closed printer like the da vinci the build up would be crazy over time...The glue cleans up easily with a wet dish cloth. Some are using "abs juice" instead.

Kieth
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#3
I find that the glue actually does not have to be cleaned and redone very often at all. And on large flat parts almost holds too well.
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#4
I just started to use PEI on my print bed. Seems to be working great so far. Here is the thread I have used to learn about it.

Link to PEI thread
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