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3D Printer Hot Plate MK2 Dual Power RepRap Mendel and RAMPS Compatible

3D Printer Hot Plate MK2 Dual Power RepRap Mendel and RAMPS Compatible

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The PCB Heatbed MK2 is a dual power “hot plate” for 3d printers, helping in adhesion and to prevent “curling” as the plastic cools. The Mk2 is sized at 214mm square and has dual led indicators for safety. Designed to work with RAMPS compatible (RepRap Mega Pololu Shield) or similar controllers, this is the perfect start to a DIY 3d printer or RepRap kit. 

A heated bed is especially useful when printing ABS.

Features:
• Red Soldermask - both sides
• White Silkscreen - both sides
• Laminate FR4 1.6±0.15mm
• 2 Layer, 35μm Copper
• Copper Plated Holes

Specs:
Dimensions : 214mm x 214mm
Power Input: 12V/24V DC
Power consumption: 144W
Heatbed Temp: up to 130'C

Includes:
1 x 3D Printer PCB heatbed

 

 

 

 

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  • SKU:
    661000052-0
  • Brand:
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  • Weight(g)
    337.00
  • Length
    250.00
  • Width:
    40.00
  • Height:
    245.00
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