Ok so the wire feeding power to my CR-10's heated bed burned out and I'm working on replacing them, so I'm wondering if I use a higher gauge wire than the 14 gauge the printer usually uses for the replacement it with lower the chance another burn out? Another question, I had been running the printer a lot in the time before it burned out. I had run a 24 hour print the day before, followed by a full day of printing the next day. Is that constant running what burnt them out?
What script setting will tell the bed to turn off at, let say, level 20. Once a print is so "tall" the bed has no effect on the project needing to adhere. There is a lot of support, which at that point is room temp. I cant seem to find others that may have done this. Thanks Mike