What’s the design goal for bed temp control accuracy and uniformity? Once the temp controller signals that the temp has hit the commanded value, is there any need to allow additional time for achieving uniformity?
What should I expect near the bed edges? Obviously you don’t want to print to the physical edge, but what’s the design goal for how close you can get in practice?
I’m having trouble with warping/lifting/curl-up that seems to increase away from the bed center. Beginning to suspect the bed is reasonably well-regulated, on-temp near center, but significantly cooler away from the center. My cheapo, +/- 5C non-contact infrared thermometer seems to agree.
Otherwise, my prints generally look very good.