E3D High-Temp Heated Bed 110V

Strong heated beds for very high temperatures!

  • Up to 200 ° C operating temperature
  • Quick heating up times
  • £206.70

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Dispatch on 11.09.2020

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Item no.: E3D-E-BED-HT-300-300-110V-KIT, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 7095862758

  • Up to 200 ° C operating temperature
  • Quick heating up times
200 x 200 mm: £119.40
300 x 200 mm: £151.60
300 x 300 mm: £206.70

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-E-BED-HT-300-300-110V-KIT
Manufacturer No.: E-BED-HT-300-300-110V-KIT
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Drucker Upgrades


High-temperature heating beds for printing on high-temperature plastics or when fast heating-up times are required. They must be used with an SSR for switching and control.


  • 500W (200 mm x 200 mm)
  • 800W (300mm x 200mm)
  • 1100W (300mm x 300mm)

Maximum operating temperature: 200 ° C

Maximum temperature: 250 ° C

Heating time: 80 seconds to 100 ° C


  • 1 x high-temperature heated bed
  • 4 x PPS spacers
  • 4 x M3 x 8mm screws
  • 8 x 3 mmID washers

Caution! These heating beds are getting hot!

  • Use suitable protective equipment when operating a machine with this component.
  • If the device is operated with mains voltage, the user must ensure that the cabling is insulated and complies with the relevant regulations.
  • During the first heat cycle, smoke can come from the metal plate or the heater due to the high temperature reached by the heated beds. This is normal and due to the manufacturing process. However, you must ensure that the device is first heated up in a well-ventilated place.
  • Please note that you cannot print directly on the bed. A glass bed is required. These beds have a flatness of 0.75 mm and are so accurate that, when clamped to a glass plate, they correspond to the flatness of the bed.

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The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.