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Elmer's Disappearing Purple School Glue, Washable, 30 Pack, 0.24-ounce sticks Update: In stock on August 12, 2019

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This deal (~$0.22/ea in a 30-pack) is only slightly cheaper than Target ($0.25/ea in a 2-pack). If you don't need all 30 tubes, or if there's a chance a few might dry out before you use them, the smaller packs are a better deal.

https://www.target.com/p/elmer-s-...A-17088980
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This deal (~$0.22/ea in a 30-pack) is only slightly cheaper than Target ($0.25/ea in a 2-pack). If you don't need all 30 tubes, or if there's a chance a few might dry out before you use them, the smaller packs are a better deal.

https://www.target.com/p/elmer-s-...A-17088980
Walmart also has a 2-pack for $0.50
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What do you do with this? Lick it? Eat it?
Duh of course 😝
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It's what I use on my glass 3d print bed. Sometimes it takes a few layers of glue to get the first print layer to stick, though.
I just got this and used it on some prints. I don't understand though, my pla sticks great to glass even without glue? Are people just not leveling right?
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What height do you use for your first layer?
My first layer is set at 0.3mm with 0.2mm for the rest.
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This deal (~$0.22/ea in a 30-pack) is only slightly cheaper than Target ($0.25/ea in a 2-pack). If you don't need all 30 tubes, or if there's a chance a few might dry out before you use them, the smaller packs are a better deal.

https://www.target.com/p/elmer-s-...A-17088980
Not that it makes a huge difference, but the Amazon ones are really slightly larger. Amazon are 7g and the Target ones are 6g.

But Target one is beneficial to those that don't need all 30
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I just got this and used it on some prints. I don't understand though, my pla sticks great to glass even without glue? Are people just not leveling right?
I have PLA and have started using some PETG. I found that a couple layers of the glue on my glass (old picture frame glass cut to the size of my bed) is usually enough to keep the first layer shells in place until there's infill there to hold it. I feel like it also helps keep corners from lifting/curling up, but I don't know if it actually helps or if I just think it does.
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Any good for 3d printers?
Use it on my glass bed... pla, abs, petg works great! It can build up and mess with the first layer so i clean the bed completely every 4 prints or so
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Want to send this to a school local to me, or I wonder if there's a list of school that needs supplies and can accept Amazon items. I'll google around but if anyone has any insights please let me know!
Sequoia elementary school in pleasant hill ca needs supplies like these. You can go to amazon smile to donate. Tia!!!
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Teacher with a 3D printer here. I feel like this thread was made for me lol. I use glass and hairspray and it's awesome.
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Gotcha thank you! These glues coming your way Smilie
Thank you! Repped!
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There's a huge Support-a-teacher movement right now where teachers are building Amazon wishlists of items they need. Search Facebook for "Support a teacher-
Thank you for sharing your list!

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Can't figure how to send items anonymously, so u r my 'friend' on amazon. Hope you get everything on your list. By now you are swamped in glue. Sent you a prism set. It will arrive tomorrow.
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I bought a pack last fall for my oldest's school project and donated the rest to her class. Got 3 packs this time. Thanks!
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Thanks op! Great deal!! in for one.
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I just got this and used it on some prints. I don't understand though, my pla sticks great to glass even without glue? Are people just not leveling right?
Part, but not all, of the reason that you use glue is to create a "breakable" layer in between the glass and plastic. Printing straight to glass runs the risk of having a print that sticks a little bit too well, and you end up pulling chunks of glass bed up along with your print when removing it. It's not a certainty that it will happen, but it's a possibility. The glue helps to minimize that risk.
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