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Maximum weight taken by the ultimaker2 heated bed upgrade kit

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Posted · Maximum weight taken by the ultimaker2 heated bed upgrade kit

I was wondering what is the maximum size of an ABS product that can be printed with a 100%infill.

A 200x200x200mm cube of ABS with 100% infill would weigh around 8kg.

Can the heated bed upgrade kit take this much weight?

Will the nema17 motor be able to handle this weight?

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Thanks in advance :)

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