This is a perfectly fitting light for the ender 3. This is the authors link stephenmirfin.https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2910453
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I have worked with Keenovo for a few months to try and have Silicone AC Bed Heaters produced for our hot beds. They have shipped me the first test unit which will arrive tomorrow for me to try on my Creality Ender 5. I will video record the units (2nd is for the Tevo Tarantula, the other unit I attempted to aid in the production of) and capture all results. If the sample units are exactly shaped and spaced expect production to begin extremely soon for as much. The result will be far faster heat up times, more uniform heating and far higher temperatures for our heat beds (finally! No more waiting 22 minutes for a mere 110°C that isn't uniform across the bed). The Keenovo Silicone AC bed heaters produce uniform heat across their entire surface, reach extremely high temperatures (the unit on my CR-10S can reach 381°C and do so in only 4.5 minutes versus our Ender DC beds which are not uniform, won't go over 110°C and take 30 minutes to get there).
I will video record the heater and it's fitment, function and any and all possible problems the unit may have. If you'd like to see that video please reply with YES as your first line with all other responses and questions below that line.
This will also benefit us as the Solid State Relay doesn't draw anywhere near the current the DC bed does so that the current saved can be used by our motors and nozzle heater. Finally the Creality Ender 3, Ender 3 Pro and Ender 5 will be able to print in Polycarbonate, Nylon and other very high temperature filaments as the bed will be able to reach and hold temperatures required for as much, plus the additional available current will enable our nozzle heaters to reach the much higher required temperatures!
Great news for we Ender 3/3 Pro/5 owners.
After watching Teaching tech's video on this new ABL i thought why not go for it as it seemed very simple and easy way to add without having to do any wire cutting or soldering etc.
I fitted the Mod with the stock fan and flashed the firmware and everything seemed to be working great, first layers were coming out perfect no more headache about bed levelling anymore. I had printed the Bullseye fan duct and had been meaning to fit it. So i printed out the new ABL mount and then fit the Bullseye, reflashed the firmware with the new ABL offsets. But now after calibrating the sensor 1mm off the print bed it would be constantly printing at an angle. On the left hand side of the build plate it would sit at the correct height (mid air as i had calibrated it above the build plate) but as it moved to the right hand side it would gradually angle and drive in to the print bed.
After some tinkering and hours of pulling my hair out about whats going on i still cant get to the bottom of it. I took apart the Bullseye and rebuilt the stock fan shroud and reflashed to the OEM offsets, i thought maybe i had done something wrong with the Bullseye incorrectly but the OEM would print fine and there was no issues in bed levelling and act as it should. Strange i know. So i took that apart and and refitted the Bullseye and low and behold the same issue.
Maybe somebody has run into the same issue ?? if someone can please help that would be much appreciated its driving me absolutely nuts !!!
NB: I have attached images of the Bullseye set up and also the bed level test to show the angle in which it was printing from left to right.
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Ender3 Built for ABS
This is a video of my Ender3 which is built for ABS w/Glass enclousure -
Here are all the features:
E3V6 Hot End
Multiple Power Supplies 12v/24v
Stepper Motor Dampners
NON Integrated Stepper Drivers
MKS Gen L V1.0 Controller Board
Bigger Controller Board Fan
Newest Marlin Firmware
Individual Control for Fan on Controller
2 - 5150 parts cooling fans
Pet's Fang Shroud
40 inch Wire Harness
Separate PCB for the PS on Heated Bed -24v
All new Nema 17 Stepper Motors -12v
Capricorn Bowden Tube
Temp Control Unit (Thermosat) for Heated Air
All Electronics Outside the Enclosure
Custom Stand for Spool Holder
I want to report the excellent service and a bonus on my my order for a glass bed cover for my E3.
I have a glass bed cover for my anet A6 and they are fantastic especially for ABS.
Creality Direct sells parts on E-bay from US stock in Hebron Kentucky for me in Ohio only 100 miles away, that's 2 day shipping. The bed cover was a little more than I paid for a plain one from China for my Anet. It arrived today and included not only the clamps to hold it on but also a nozzle assortment of nozzles sizes, .3 .4 .5. .6 and .8 and has a cross hatch pattern on the surface along with "Creality 3D" logo.
Anybody tried different size nozzles?