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Maximum chamber temperature with new Air Manager.

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Posted · Maximum chamber temperature with new Air Manager.

I managed to bust up my hat for my S5 (it does need a hinged lid...). It needs replaced; it's hanging on, but it's gonna be a goner soon enough.

 

Of course, the air manager beckons. I'm more interested in the chamber temperature increase. So

 

1) How hot can the chamber get?

2) How effective is it?

3) Is the intent to have the printer wait until the chamber is up to temperature?

 

This is all assuming room temp ambient (20 C).

 

My other option is another hat and add some heating/venting (I forgot to open the doors *again* today for a PLA print ... automation would be nice here)

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Posted · Maximum chamber temperature with new Air Manager.

is the air manager working on the s5? I just bought it but I dont see any option where to enable it

 

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