Duet for 350 Degrees Celsius Printer
Rod Todkill last edited by
Re: Duet for 350 Degrees Celsius PrinterIm a little confused as to which one I would need or both ? I would like to take a core xy printer off the shelf IE a Ender 5 and put this board in it. using most of it as too power supply and all motors and such. change the hot end to a all metal one build a heater box for this. place all relevant parts into this and relevant parts on the outside. I need to achieve 350c at the hotend and 150c at the build plate. Im hoping this board will do this easily but I dont know what else I would need. I dont want to go down the path of finding this is wrong and a waste of money. if this works with printing polycarbonate I will copy this several times.
Phaedrux last edited by
Im a little confused as to which one I would need or both ?
I'm a little confused about what you're asking. Are you referring to the PT100 and thermocouple mentioned in the linked thread?
Have you read the documentation for each?
Or the comparison of thermal sensors?
If you've read those and still have some confusion, come back and ask a more specific question.
In general though there isn't anything about the Duet that would stop you from printing high temperatures. It's capable of controlling all the hardware needed to achieve high temp prints.
E3D is now selling hotends and print beds suitable for high temperature applications, including water cooled options for use inside a heated enclosure. They would work very well with the Duet.