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    I've solved with an addictional 350W atx PSU and "power expander" from reprap.me, works like a charm and I can easy reach 110C now.

    I only need now to reassemble all the stuff in a smart way

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    After some test I can keep a bed at 120 C without problems with a dedicated 350W 15 AMP ATX PSU. Now next step its to install the inductive sensor

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    Be sure not to fuse the inductive sensor... People have reported excesive heat from the bed damages the sensor.

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    oky thanx for the infos, i'll try later following this guide: http://www.print3dforum.com/showthre...-Levelling-Bed

 

 

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