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You'll have to build it the hard way - yourself. google marlin. There are at least 2 detailed posts out there that describe how to build it yourself with step by step instructions. There's a lot of steps (e.g. you need the arduino IDE) but it's not too bad. I was able to do the whole thing (including lots of time reading the configuration.h file) in about an hour. The configuration.h file is where you set things like heated bed settings.

 

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Thanks Gents. So it is the hardware way than.

I did some Ardunio programming before, so should be OK. Got the Marlin package, changed the Configuration.h to include the heated bed and the source compiles (I left everything else as is as the builder looks to have the same settings). I will upload it later to the board in the UM, hopefully it all works.

 

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