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For those of you that are veterans to the 3D printing world you know the benefits of  printing your projects on a heated build surface. Parts are less prone to warping, especially large parts that utilize our huge 8 x 8 x 5.5 inch build area. For those of our clients that requested a sample piece you’ve already seen the shiny manufactured look that the Heated Bed offers. But the biggest advantage of the Heated Bed is that you do not need to print a support raft – Your geometry is printed clean directly on the build pad. We are well aware that some of our previous clients may want to upgrade and start using a heated be – please click here to be directed to the Heated Bed for details. specs. and pricing information.

Read the original post: BotMill Customers give positive feedback on newly included Heated Beds

Read the original: BotMill Customers give positive feedback on newly included Heated Beds

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