Wham Bam Systems has done it again! The creators of the original Flexible Build System for FDM machines have designed a specialized Flexible Build System for Resin printers or FBSR! After 6+ months of extensive testing of our custom-designed system in our own lab and with beta testers, we now have kits for the most popular resin printers and we are taking requests for even more.
Watch how is easy it is to install and use the Flexible Build System for Resin, shown here on an Epax X1. Just clean your build plate very well, let dry, bond your magnet to the plate, reset your Z limit to account for the additional 2.6 mm, and you are ready to start printing! Click to see our full FBSR YouTube Playlist
Our Flexi Build Plates for Resin are made from high-quality spring steel that won't kink or warp when you flex them, they just return to shape! The Spring Steel has been formulated with a Chromium Alloy creating rustproof steel for long life even if scratched. They have a custom etched textured finish on both sides for an amazing grip.
Our Magnetic Sheet for Resin is an extra thick magnet with an alternating polarity array to produce amazing strength to combat suction forces even for large layer prints. It is backed with a specialty 3M adhesive created to resist harsh solvents and chemicals and has been tested for 6+ months in our lab to resist resin, mean green, and isopropyl alcohol for prolonged periods even under continual usage situations.
Some of our current sizes may fit other printers not listed, to verify please measure your build plate (do not rely on build volume) before ordering. Not recommended for printers with tilting vats. Wham Bam will not be responsible for mistaken sizes ordered.
We are also developing more sizes, fill out this form to request one for your resin printer:
"One thing I *really* like about the system is I can just toss the whole flex plate, parts and all, into my ultrasonic cleaner. Pulled it out, flexed the plate, popped the part off, boom, done. Really psyched about this aspect. Removes a lot of the mess/cleanup around post-processing." - Jarrod Smith