Nov 7

Max heated bed temp

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I'm trying to raise to 130° (planning to print pom-c) but it goes up to 100° and then stops: (Error: Heating failed, system stopped! Heater_ID: bed - Printer halted. kill() called!)

 

Has anyone tested the max temperature heated bed can reach? It's due to hardware limit?

There are a lot of environmental factors involved in how high the bed can go, and there are various settings to manipulate regarding the safety code in the firmware.

I had trouble getting even near 100C with the old bed, but I can do 120C+ with the new one and an enclosure. The error being called is due to the thermal runaway code. I did a long write-up about that code here: https://makertech.wixsite.com/forum/forum/main/comment/5d5432f6b4daa5001700c98f

4 days ago

Thanks Remiel, i've read your write and now errors are clear. But problem stays, the bed can't reach temps over 100-102C. The only solution I can think is installing another source of heat.

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