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jareneo

Heated bed - Mk1 or mk3?

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Hi guys,

I have been playing with my ultimaker for a couple of weeks now, and I am planning to upgrade it with a heated bed.

I am almost done with purchasing the necessary stuffs, only left with the MK1 and the glass (I am planning to use glass according to this tutorial on fixing the heated bed). However, I just learnt about Alu-heated bed MK3 and I am a little confused about whether I should get Mk1 or MK3?

And is the installation process the same?

Thank you.

 

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