NANO POLYMER ADHESIVE
UNMATCHED BED ADHESION
Designed for PEEK, Ultem™, PPSU, and other high-performance FDM polymers, this build plate glue works for nearly every filament – Nylon, ABS, PLA, PETG, PEI, PSU, and every filament we’ve tested so far.
I know, the first thing I thought when I saw this stuff also was “That is really expensive!”
Let me tell you how I was wrong and how you are wrong as well.
This stuff is cheap, compared to the lost time of a failed print.
This stuff works out to 0.003 cents per perfect, beautiful print.
Think of how many times you had a print that failed midway because of bad bed adhesion. Think of the lost filament. Think of the lost time. Think of how nervous you feel when you start that print, thinking “Will it finish?”
If you use Vision Miner nano polymer adhesive, you get peace of mind. You get finished prints. You get freedom from worry.
Now, I hit the print button and don’t even watch the printer lay down the first layer, it always adheres.
Does it seem so expensive now?
No, it doesn’t, but let me cut the price in half for you with this one simple trick:
Dilute it by 50% with 99%IPA (Isopropyl alcohol). The carrier that the nano polymer adhesive is in is straight 100% isopropyl. Over the course of hundreds of (perfect) prints, I have not had a problem by diluting it by 50%.
Thats thousands of extra prints in every bottle. Thats thousands of worry free prints.
Thats dozens if not hundreds of rolls of filament not wasted. All because of this inexpensive bottle of 3d Printing Magic.
Don’t believe me? Don’t believe in the product? Don’t want to plunk down the $40.00 bucks to call my bluff? Try the 10ml for just $3.99, hell that’s almost free!
See for yourself and get a few hundred perfectly adhering prints, prints that just pop off when cooled down (Throw that putty knife away!)
WORKS ON MULTIPLE SURFACES: Borosilicate glass, ceramic glass, PCB board, FR4, Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass, Aluminum, BuildTak™, PEI, Kapton tape, and more.
Works on Most Filaments: PPSU, PPS, PSU, Nylon, ABS, ASA, Polycarbonate, and even more filaments. For PLA and PETG, you can use the same coating 50+ times!
Step into the future, you have nothing to lose but your fear, worry and trashed prints.