Custom size mk3 heatbed


#341

No sign of mine. Really Peed off.


#342

[quote=“funderare”]It will be a month for me on Wednesday…
It is odd. He has not been here since 8:th of may… His profile here together with his paypal e-mail adress makes him easily traceable so I wonder why this stunt.

If he could just get back whats the delay…[/quote]

Still nothing. Will know look into what can be done through the legal route.


#343

I got a reply when I verified that the heatbed arrived. Marlark wrote that the rest of the beds has been sent, has apparently been hectic.

Hope your bed arrives soon.

Best reg.
TH


#344

[quote=“funderare”]I got a reply when I verified that the heatbed arrived. Marlark wrote that the rest of the beds has been sent, has apparently been hectic.

Hope your bed arrives soon.

Best reg.
TH[/quote]
Arrived Monday. Was planning on getting a spare if Marlark got any more. Probable won’t after that mess-around. Know to purchase the remanding Parts. Not sure which to go for 12v or 24v.


#345

I’m going to get this psu

jbcnc.se/sv/nataggregat-c-1 … 4-6a-p-130

Dont know where I can find a good SSRand termistor though


#346

My self, purchased a 12v 180 watt supply from amazon and a PE at the same time.
All installed and working.
Bought replacement mounting screws and glued (epoxy) to the heatbed base. Very strong and stable. Need to give a good 48hrs to fully cure.

Well worth the time and money.


#347

Sounds awesome.
How long does it take to get the heatbed to right temp?


#348

[quote=“funderare”]Sounds awesome.
How long does it take to get the heatbed to right temp?[/quote]

No time at all. Only printing PLA at the moment so about 4 mins to reach 60 degrees.
Purchased parts from amazon.
Power supply: KeerSen DC 12V 15A 180W Switching Power Supply £14.99
Hrph 3D Printer Heated Bed Power Module High Current 210A MOSFET
Anycubic NTC 3950 100K Thermistor. I chose these as the Vertex firmware was already set up for it.
YCNK 12Feet 14 Gauge (AWG) Super Soft and Flexible Silicone Rubber Wire.

Total cost around £40.

This is the most worth while upgrade to the vertex printer I’ve done so far.


#349

I bought all the parts for the heatbed based on the ‘Heatbed for Dummies (V3)’ method back in March - Marlark’s plate, additional PSU, Thermistor, Power adapter and a few cables/connectors. I never got round to installing everything and I probably never will due to a change in priorities.

I’d like to ask if anyone would be interested in buying the components? If there’s interest I’ll post a detailed list with links to the items I purchased, and work out what possible shipping my be.

Let me know
John


#350

I’m interested. Price?


#351

Hi Iage

at the moment with winter approaching I’m thinking about installing the bed after all.

I will add a comment to my post so as to no longer mislead people.
Sorry about that

John


#352

Ah looks like I added the comment now anyway.
Folks, I decided to keep the heated bed and try to install it after all.


#353

So, any chance these are still available? I want to buy one.