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The Makertum MK1 is a mains voltage heated bed for 3D printers with dual voltage support for both 230 V~ and 110 V~. It features a power output of 500 W, which ensures a fast heat up time of 2 minutes to 110 °C, a power indicator LED and an onboard thermal fuse. Here you can order one kit from the pre-production run.
This implementation comes with a few more extra features:
This is a kit. Don't panic, we got you covered with extensive instructions. Still, you'll need a few basic skills:
We did everything to make this the safest heated bed available:
The exact power output may vary due to manufacturing tolerances. The following specs represent a statistical average of the batch we're currently shipping.
|Key (is key)||Value (this text makes the table a bit wider)|
|Power Output||540 W (230 V~) or 490 W (110 V~) (+/- 25%)|
|Operating Voltage||230 V~ (110 V~ over center tap)|
|Resistance:||96 Ω (+/- 25%)|
|Trace-Length||400 x 200 mm = 80,000 mm|
|Copper thickness (on PCB)||1oz aka 1.37 mil aka 35 µm|
|Trace width||0.47 mm|
|Dimensions (WxHxT)||214x214x1.6 mm (w/o screw terminals) 214x224x1.6 mm (w. screw terminals)|
|Mounting Holes / Compatibility||209 mm center-to-center (RepRap compatible) + 3-point leveling|
By purchasing this kit, you agree to the following terms:
*We currently can't ship to German customers. Sorry, for the inconvenience. Feel free to contact us if you live in Germany and really need one.
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Moritz is a media technology engineer who helps startups to build amazing products beyond the backlog and author for hackaday.com. After years of bringing startups, from IoT over wearable technology to 3D printing, over the finishing line, he has somewhat become an all-in-one mechanical/computer/electronics engineer plus jack of all trades. Moritz loves code, electronics, and heavy machinery and is an active member of the Attraktor Makerspace Hamburg.
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