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Need a new bed that will work with inductive sensor

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Posted (edited) · Need a new bed that will work with inductive sensor

Howdy. I'm having trouble finding a new bed for the tronxy XY2 Pro. The bed size is 255x255mm new projects in kanjurmarg which is quite hard to find a sheet for. I was thinking about getting the spring steel  2 bhk flat in vikhroli sheet with PEI from  new projects in dadar  prusa which is 254x241  land solutions but I will lose some printing space but not too much.  commercial property for sale in pune

This does put me in a conundrum with the fact that I wanted to use a glass bed but as I have already tested, the sensor will not detect glass beds since it detects metal objects instead. So my question is, is there a way to get a 255mmx255mm glass to work with inductive sensors or a spring steel sheet that size?

Thanks again.

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