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large hotbeds - infrared panels
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I know the logical place for this would be in technical support...hardware but there aint a section...

I've got a hadron that I'm currently scaling up for bigger jobs and I was wondering if anyone has considered using an infrared wall heater panel as a hot bed...they run @ 110C surface temp so seem to be hot enough...

any thoughts ideas??

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(09-16-2013, 07:12 PM)dave_s Wrote: I know the logical place for this would be in technical support...hardware but there aint a section...

I've got a hadron that I'm currently scaling up for bigger jobs and I was wondering if anyone has considered using an infrared wall heater panel as a hot bed...they run @ 110C surface temp so seem to be hot enough...

any thoughts ideas??

Cheers
I looked at it once. The printing surface still needs to be a big consideration on what you want to do.
So if you use a infrared heater underneath glass for example, its cheaper to just buy the 200x200mm heatbed heaters and use them. Not sure if that helps you.
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