TAZ modular bed... metal plate sags.

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Re: TAZ modular bed... metal plate sags.

Post by B-Hep-Spring » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:16 pm

I just fitted the Modular bed and made new stand offs now im using the bed I also have a sag approx. 1mm at 60deg I have this fitted to the Taz 6 I was going to make new printed corners taking the 1mm off instead of the 11mm stand offs, is there another way to stop it sagging.

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Re: TAZ modular bed... metal plate sags.

Post by catzcradle » Wed Jan 30, 2019 1:33 am

I finally got tired of the uneven heat. (bed set to 110, reads with heatgun 75) and used a sheet of the 3M adhesive and stuck the steel to the glass. Now it gets to 110. Debating what to do with the second modular system I have on another machine.

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Re: TAZ modular bed... metal plate sags.

Post by dysan » Fri Feb 01, 2019 11:36 pm

What I have used on my Ender 3 printer was a thin silicone thermal pad on top of the aluminum heat bed and then placed the glass on top of it. It works great and has very good heat transfer...cheap too!

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I want to try and level the bed on my Taz 6 but haven't decided what to do. I now have a bl-touch on mine and the bed is very tilted(high on the right side). I guess the first thing would be to print some new bed mounts from nylon and raise the left side up to compensate???

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