DarkMoon ICE Build Plate for Bambu Lab Printers

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The DarkMoon ICE build plate for Bambu Lab X1C/P1S/P1P/A1 printers is a first of its kind textured PEI plate. Using a heavily modified PEI formulation that is powder coated on both sides of the plate, bed adhesion increase in orders of magnitude over all other PEI plates in the market. ICE’s adhesive properties are so strong, you don’t even need to heat the bed to achieve adhesion (although, it might help in some cases).

Size: 256x256mm (X1/P1/A1)

ICE ICE BABY

Hot Summer. Cold Printer.

Print it Cold.

Warping is a thing of the past.

The DarkMoon ICE Build Plate can print PLA, PETG, ABS, and ASA at ambient temperatures. Stop worrying about drafts in unclosed printers like the P1P and A1 and keep the aux fan on during prints on your P1S and X1C. Warping is a thing of the past.

Strong Adhesion. High Durability

The DarkMoon ICE features best-in-class adhesion by utilizing the gripping strength of textured PEI along with a coating of a special epoxy polymer. The PEI and epoxy work together to hold your prints tight.

Big Flexy.

While the ICE plate has unmatched adhesive qualities, you can also pop prints right off the build plate when you give a few flexes to each side.

Double Sided.

The DarkMoon ICE features best-in-class adhesion by utilizing the gripping strength of textured PEI along with a coating of a special epoxy polymer. The PEI and epoxy work together to hold your prints tight.

...and even more!

Easy Cleaning

Simply wipe the ICE plate with a damp washcloth to clean. Do NOT use any solvents like isopropyl alcohol or acetone. Water is all you need.

Bed Detection

The Textured PEI Plate ArUco (QR) code is included on the build plate so it may be recognized by the Bambu Lab X1C. The code is on both sides of the build plate.

Built for Bambu

We took great care to make the dimensions of our build plates as close to Bambu Lab’s OEM plates as possible, so the transition between Bambu Lab and DarkMoon build plates is totally seamless.

ICE ICE BABY

Recommended Temperatures

Like we said before, the ICE plate doesn't need heating, but it also won't hurt to add some if you feel like it. Here are some recommended bed temperatures for each supported material.

NOTE: While other materials like Nylons, PC, HIPS, etc. are not listed here, many users have reported success using these settings. They are still not recommended as long term use has not been studied.

PLA

25-60°C

PETG

30-70°C

TPU

Unsupported, do not print.

ABS/ASA

30-90°C

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Customer Reviews

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Travis J Rounds
Almost perfect!

I have only used it for PLA and it was enough to replace my previous plates on all 8 printers with it. I have done completely away with brims and run plate temp at 45c on my P1S's and havent had a part let go since. Love not having to worry about any hair spray or IPA, just a light wipe of warm water on the plate and its good to go!

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Corey

These work great!

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Istvan Kutny
It's a nice build plate, for PLA and PETG, not for ABS or ASA

DarkMoon ICE is almost as advertised, I've printed with Bambu Lab X1C at a very low temperatures for PLA and PETG, the PLA sticks very well and fairly easy to remove, for me the PETG using various brands of filament are very difficult to remove, I've destroyed several replaceable plastic scrapper blades trying to remove PETG. But ABS will still warp with the ICE build plate, as the part shrinks and pulls it stick to the build plate alright it just lifts the plate off the magnetic bed. My opinion is the plate is not thick enough to create as strong magnetic pull. Not really happy with my purchase.

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Nick Thomas
Works but not for everything

I'll start by saying that I can print PLA and PETG about 15C lower than normal with minor warping issues in the PETG, which is the pictures I've uploaded.

But I really wanted this plate for ASA and it doesn't work. I'm getting warping or my print is full on coming off the bed, even at 90C, which has also led to a small burn in the plate from where the print was sitting. I've had to resort to using a huge brim on my ASA prints and sometimes that doesn't stop the warping. Overall, disappointed

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Jacob S
Hot Prints, Cool Plate

My printer: BambuLab A1
The adhesion on this plate is nuts. It holds almost too well, it's so good. I think the "cool" aspect is neat, being able to run the heat bed at a lower temp, but the big seller for me on this plate was the maintenance. Water is the only thing you use if you want to clean it. I'm no longer worried about making sure every finger print or previously printed on area is clean for the next print; it doesn't seem to matter with this plate.

The biggest issue I'd see on other plates would be when printing larger flat areas with corners, like a drawer shape, for example. The edges and corners would start to cool and peel up away, sometimes causing print failures or defects. I've printed some of those same objects with this plate and that issue is 99% gone. If I'm super picky I can kind of see where the corners and edges try to pull away but they don't.

I'd buy this plate again in a heartbeat.