I can highly recommend this polypropylene/epoxy build surface available on amazon for the following filaments: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JFY2LPN/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Polypropylene DOW OBC PVDF The first two tend to work very well with Magigoo PP Adhesive and the PVDF works well with Magigoo HT The only down side is that it DOES NOT WORK with the IR auto leveling (this can be disabled by putting a semicolon before the G36 command in the pre-printing commands on octoprint), so you want to make sure your platform is very level. I wouldn't use the automated leveling assistance program (the one called "bed leveling", I would do it manually and choose 4 points that extend only to the part of the platform that will actually be printed on. Use as thin as paper as possible when performing this task. These filaments are extremely good in terms of chemical resistance. In fact, you would be hard pressed to find a chemical environment in which at least one of these three filaments would not be suitable. The plate itself can be secured with binder clips. I actually just used a double-side adhesive to stick it on a flex-plate (more an OCD thing given this build plate is not flexible.) Matterhackers makes a build plate as well that can be used but one can run into problems with over-adhesion. Plus they are frequently out-of-stock.