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Posted · aluminium heater

hi, i installed all metal head on my um2

the heater made of aluminium (e3d) and i see that the temp go up and down all the time

i think that the brass hater is better because it stay hot, and the aluminium is cooled down quickly.

and that way it happens !

what do you think? how can i solve it? (i have 40w heater)

thanks :)

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Posted · aluminium heater

You need to set different pid values in your firmware. Just Google "auto pid ultimaker"

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Posted · aluminium heater

If you found UltiArjan answer helpfull, please select it as 'Best Answer' so other users can find the answer as fast as possible too!

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