The silicone heatmats were custom designed by Fermio Labs and made to spec by Keenovo.
All heaters are optimized for our build plates shapes and hole positions. They allow even heating almost all the way to the edges of the build plate.
The power is adjusted to allow running them at 100 % power without risking damage to the build plate instead of the 50% to 80% PWM limit recommended for the heaters listed on the BOM.
The standard DIN466 thumb nuts used in all Voron printers used as spacers (VORON2) or levelling nuts (Trident, VORON0 and VORON1) can be used as guides to align the heater.
For added safety all heaters come with a self resetting bi-metal 150C thermostat. This turns off the heater if temperatures reaches 150 C due to technical failure of your electronics (only meant as a safety feature, not for temperature regulation).
Thermistor used is a NTC 100K thermistor (Beta 25/50 3950K-1%, click herefor the R-T datasheet)
Choose type 11 or 13 in Marlin firmware. Use "NTC 100K beta 3950" in Klipper.
|FLG-VRN-KNV-110||VORON0||110 x 110 mm||24 V/DC||60 W||2.5 A||150° C|
|FLG-VRN-KNV-240||Trident, VORON1, VORON2||240 x 240 mm||230 V/AC||300 W||1.3 A||150° C|
|FLG-VRN-KNV-290||Trident, VORON1, VORON2||290 x 290 mm||230 V/AC||400 W||1.7 A||150° C|
|FLG-VRN-KNV-340||Trident, VORON2||340 x 340 mm||230 V/AC||500 W||2.1 A||150° C|
|Voron / Model:||Trident, VORON1 V1.8, VORON2 V2.4|
|Voron / Spec:||300|
|Model / Spec||120||230||250||300||350|
2 of 2 reviews
November 15, 2021 17:28
Easy Install as shown in final picture using the knurled nuts that are needed for any Voron 2.4 as guide, secured by some m3 screws and additional m3 nuts. Best mat in the EU market imo especially when combined with one of their Print beds. Comes with everything preinstalled needed to safely run the bed
October 25, 2021 05:19
Cut to size
Easy to install on Fermio beds using the Fermio's M4 knurled nuts as guide (you really to clean the bed with IPA before). Cables are long enough to go to the SSR and controller board (I cutted them to add a connector under the bed, and I use the remaining lenght after the connector). I also add a thermal fuse and a green silicon wire link to the main ground, using the additionals M3 holes on the back. Can be fully powered (`max_power: 1.0` in Klipper config). The bed heat quickly to 100 °C (in a bit more than 5 minutes).
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