If you need to upgrade or replace the heated bed on your Lulzbot 3D printer then look no further. This is the official Heat Bed Kit from Lulzbot that works as a replacement for heated beds on the Lulzbot Taz Line of 3D Printers.
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This assembled kit consists of:
- PEI print surface
This print surface will remove most of the bed adhesion problems that plagued earlier FDM Printers. Simply wipe down your PEI sheet with Isopropyl alcohol and enjoy simple bed adhesion with ABS/PLA filaments.
- Borosilicate Glass Bed
This large borosillicate glass bed can withstand all the temperatures of a heated bed without undergoing heat spotting and expansion contraction issues of other glass composites.
- 24v Silicone Heater
This Kit is designed for 24V printers (like the Taz 5/6 in Australia). The silicon heater will make sure your entire print surface is a uniform temperature before printing!
Width (X) x Length (Y): 300mm x 300mm
Height (Z, Thickness): 1.016mm
24v Silicone Heater:
298mm x 298mm
8A - 10A
300mm x 300mmx 3.1 mm (1/8 in)
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Documentation and Resources:
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