RAMPS 1.4 SB Premium for 3D Printers with Toshiba MOSFETs, Molex Connectors 15A, protection diodes and blue LEDsSold By StaticBoards, Ships from Spain
This is the most famous and supported board for 3D printing, from the RepRap community. RAMPS expands the Arduino Mega with all the features that you will need for your 3d printer. It is easy to us...Read More…
This is the most famous and supported board for 3D printing, from the RepRap community.
RAMPS expands the Arduino Mega with all the features that you will need for your 3d printer. It is easy to use, low cost, and it has lots of expansions.
To make a solid product, we choose quality components and protection diodes to make this board perfect for long hours of printing. We manufacture and test the board in Spain.
This board has been a total success on the Spanish Reprap community, with hundreds of boards already shipped during the last months.
Like everybody else, we got our RAMPS from cheap china dealers. But after a while, they get burned, damaged and useless.
This RAMPS 1.4 SB has premium quality components for a long life. Quality prints need long hours of usage and heat will destroy any cheap connector or MOSFETs.
The power connectors are from Molex, rated at 15A to support the current that your heat bed will need.
We choose a solid Toshiba MOSFET rated to support 70A continuously, with a peak of 178A and 120V of voltage. But the most important feature is a very low resistance, keeping them at low temperature. Don't use more fans to cool the transistors.
Your extruder and heat bed will send back electricity each pulse at high voltages, damaging the electronics over time. We included a protecting schottky diode 1N5819 for each power output.
If you are tired of burned RAMPS and you want a cool product made in Europe, this is your product.
For Spain, we use Envialia with the 72h service
For Europe, USA, Canada and the rest of the world, we use International Express Shipping. We provide the international tracking number. Using the spanish postal service, you can track when the package will leave the country, but you have to use your local postal company to track when the package will be delivered to your address.
Note that in some cases, it is possible that you have to pay local taxes or some fee for customs.
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StaticBoards is a Spanish hwstartup that want to manufacture DIY products in Spain