Though I'm not 100% on the safety, I do know that you may have to replace the power supply if you want to get it any hotter. If you lack the power to push the temps up, you're going to burn out the power supply and possibly the mobo
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RE: Questions on Pulse Printers
The motor on the bed was grinding but I figured that out. the piece of plastic that hits the "0 trigger" moved and wsn't activating the 0 homing trigger. Now it stops and doesn't grind.
Yeah I was thinking about building an enclosure but I've not seen anyone do one yet, was curious how others did theirs and what dimensions were used.
I have the Pulse A-336
I've tried smaller layers in PLA and ABS
PLA temp: 205
I'm actually playing around with temps right now as things are pretty stringy
Questions on Pulse Printers
What's the maximum temp of the heated bed upgrade? I can't seem to get above 100C (and that takes over an hour to heat)
Has anyone made a surrounding case for the printer? I'm thinking of making one, but would love to look at already made ones to get an idea and dimensions needed
Has anyone had issues with the bed movement before and after a print? It seems like the 0 measurement isn't correct now. It grinds before and after
Where can I buy additional parts for the pulse printer.
Can I add a nozzle fan so I can make better bridging?
Has anyone had success in printing at < 150 microns? The site dotes 20 microns max but I can't get below 150 microns before it stops adhering the the previous layer