Fully tested 100% clone of the Prusa Research Mk42 heatbedSold By 0x7b, Ships from Canada
UPDATES Does not come with PEI or power cable attached FREE thermistor with every heatbed purchase, the stock thermistor from prusa reads 20-25c too high (when it reads 100c it's actually only 77...Read More…
Does not come with PEI or power cable attached
FREE thermistor with every heatbed purchase, the stock thermistor from prusa reads 20-25c too high (when it reads 100c it's actually only 77c). Our thermistor has been tested to be within 5c of target temp
the mounting holes are epoxy to eliminate chance of PCB delaminating at the drill points and comes with blue LED!
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This is a heatbed for a 3d printer. The design is a reworked and fully tested 100% clone of the Prusa Research. It is a multi zone heater design compensating for cold corners. The design uses three power zones where the corners heat couple °C more than the center to form warm air shield at the edges of the print bed.
There was a shortage of Mk42 heatbeds and the lack of supply prompted many attempts to manufacture the open source design. The design files were open source but the manufacture parameters were not. It prevented clones from being made, which we overcame with many rounds of trial and error.
We found the "secret recipe" so the boards function 100% identical to the Prusa Research mk42. After 6 rounds of beta testing and 3 rounds of final sample testing, we are ready to ship the final product, while others are merely shipping untested / un-vetted versions.
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Joe | Oct. 25, 2017
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