RepRap MK3 Heatbed Heated bed Heat bed 3mm Aluminum PCB Board Heat bed 12V/24V Dual power for RepRap 3D Drucker Printer Prusa i3 With Thermistor & Wire

June 22, 2018 - Comment

Overview The Aluminum Heatbed MK3 have features similar to MK2 and you can also operate this board with 12V and 24V two voltage, more practical. Heatbed with 3.2mm Aluminum Core. Print directly on the heatbed, no need for glass plate. It’s a much lighter solution than PCB heatbed + glass, which makes it better for

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Overview
The Aluminum Heatbed MK3 have features similar to MK2 and you can also operate this board with 12V and 24V two voltage, more practical.
Heatbed with 3.2mm Aluminum Core. Print directly on the heatbed, no need for glass plate. It’s a much lighter solution than PCB heatbed + glass, which makes it better for faster prints. due to the aluminum substrate material is expensive, the cost of production is often ordinary glass fiber board is expensive, so the MK3 price is more expensive.
Please note the Aluminum Heatbed can have some marks or minor scratches, but it will only be of cosmetic character and will not affect the use adversely.

Features
(1)Dual power supply. Operate at 12V or 24V. You can use thinner wires when operating at 24V.
(2)A central mounting hole on the front side to allow for three point mounting. This is much easier for bed leveling in comparison to 4 point mounting. First level the side with two holes and fix in place, then level the side with one hole.
(3)Large solder pads for multiple wires (ribbon cable) or a SMD pinhead connector can be mounted.
(4)Pads for SMD thermistor 1206.
(5)With 15V on the 12V terminals will maintain approx. 115 degree Celsius without regulation.
(6)Running 24V on the 12V terminals will heat up the heatbed to 100 degree in only 2 minutes
(7)Your printer controller will regulate the power to the heatbed in order to get your preset temperature.

Specifications
(1)Material:Aluminum Plate
(2)Voltage:12V/24V
(3)Max Temperature:180 Degree Celsius
(4)Dimensions:214mm x 214mm
(5)Thickness:3mm
(6)Net Weight:400g
(7)Color:Black
(8)1 Layer 35μm (1oz base) Copper
(9)Resistance between 1.4 and 1.6 ohm for the 12V
(10)Resistance between 5.0 and 5.4 ohm for the 24V
(11)100 Degree Celsius possible for both 12V and 24V

Product Features

  • (1) Dual power supply. Operate at 12V or 24V. You can use thinner wires when operating at 24V.
  • (2) A central mounting hole on the front side to allow for three point mounting. This is much easier for bed leveling in comparison to 4 point mounting. First level the side with two holes and fix in place, then level the side with one hole.
  • (3) Large solder pads for multiple wires (ribbon cable) or a SMD pinhead connector can be mounted.
  • (4) With 15V on the 12V terminals will maintain approx. 115 degree Celsius without regulation.
  • (5) Running 24V on the 12V terminals will heat up the heatbed to 100 degree in only 2 minutes.

Comments

Richfiddler11 says:

Great value if you have some electronics background or are willing to learn I adapted this to my printrbot simple metal by putting 1/8″ cork between the circuit board and the printrbot bed (aluminum facing up) and attaching it to the bed with binder clips. If you know what you’re doing, you can save about $80 over buying the ready-made bed, so I’m very happy.Important Note: This comes with zero documentation so you really need to read the reprap wiki about best practices, (http://reprap.org/wiki/PCB_Heatbed) or search for ‘reprap mk3 heated bed’. You…

Nicole Gentner says:

LOVE IT!!! Makes 3d printing easier!!! I was a little reluctant when building my first 3d printer to include a heatbed as it was more money to my build that i was already trying to keep low. But BOY am i glad i bought it.!!!!! Heats up well and keeps my printed parts from coming off while printing. I cannot judge this bed compared to a non heated glass bed but i love it!!!

SoddOff says:

Works good. Currently connected at 12v Works good. Currently connected at 12v, but looking at setting it up in 24v configuration for quicker heat up times.

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