Got Milk? No?
Got DuPont FEP Teflon then? YES!
It is a plastic, clear and somewhat like cellophane used in the floral business. There is an adhesive backing version, so
that would be the one to get, but could not find a source for it. In my neck of the woods Dupont does not even import or distribute the FEP film(Fluorinated
ethylene propylene). When you heat it up it becomes more flexible. I wrote about
this in http://3dlprint.blogspot.com/2011/11/i-know-you-have-asked-yourselves-this.html
I had a small sample piece then, now I have a much larger sheet, also thicker.
when I unroll even 5~10cm it is statically charged. It is hydrophobic, rather
resinophobic i.e. it repels resin and forces it to try to minimize the contact
I placed a drop of resin and spread it around:
What helps is that it flexes and literally peeled off the cured resin.
There were no ill effects to the film after polymerizing a drop of resin on top of it.
Clearly "THE SECRET" ingredient in a lot of printers.
More to come...