Magigoo, an Upcoming 3D Printing Adhesive

8 Aug


Magigoo is an upcoming easy to use 3D printing adhesive designed to address “the first layer not sticking problem” – pretty much the most common problem found in Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printing. This problem occurs when the print does not stick well and detaches itself from the printing platform ruining itself, that is why perfecting the first layer is vital to get a great foundation for the rest of the print and prevent issues like warping on the edges or failed prints. This will save you valuable time and filament and there are quite a lot of products designed to help you in that, but most of htem are either not universal enough or do not work as well as you’d expect them to.

Magigoo is a product deigned to get the perfect first layer thus assuring perfect prints and it is universal enough to support both PLA and ABS filaments and most likely others as well. But it is not only about having the 3D printer part stick well to the build plate, but also to be easily removable after the print is finished and Magigoo should help with that as well. It has maximum adhesive properties at the operating temperature of both PLA and ABS filaments and allows for the print to be easily detached upon completion once the print has cooled down making 3D printing a lot easier and problem free.

The Magigoo 3D printing adhesive should come in an easy to use applicator making it very straightforward to apply onto the build plate for a hundred or so prints. Note that the adhesive paste must be allowed to dry completely before starting to print and it can be easily cleaned with water after the print is finished. An applicator bottle of Magigoo should be compatible with various printing surfaces and should be at an affordable price when it becomes available very soon.

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1 Response to Magigoo, an Upcoming 3D Printing Adhesive


Keith M. Azzopardi

August 25th, 2015 at 09:55

Thanks for this blog!!! We are very close to launching !! You can follow our updates on our site of social media or

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