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Is there a limit to the UM2 firmware, with respect to the heated printing plate?

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Is there a limit to the UM 2 firmware, with respect to the printing plate?

I had never been needed, and I will never need probably because I only use PLA. But a test of the printing plate showed me that more than 98 degrees can not be achieved. My UM2 is older than a year, but that should have no influence on the heating performance, or is it?


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There is a maximum temperature set in Marlin:


#define BED_MAXTEMP 200

However, the bed will not reach more than about 100-110 C easily, unless you build a housing for the printer.

I have a fairly old UM2 and it can reach about 100 C if the room where I keep it is 20 C.


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