SIMPZIA Heat Bed Power Module General Add-on Hot Bed Power Module Expansion Board High Current Load Module Mos Tube Hotend Replacement with Cables for 3D Printer – 2 Pack

Heated Bed Power Module Features:
Based on powerful MOSFET HA210NO6
Dimensions: 70 x 45mm/ approx 2.76 x 1.77″
Distance between holes: 62.8 x 37.8mm/ approx 2.47 x 1.49″
Supply/Operating Voltage: 12V-50V (12-24VDC recommended)
Max Current: 25A (Enhance heat dissipation) safe for prolonged times. ensure active cooling of the heatsink.
This module is based on power MOSFET and will allow PID control of the heated bed (DC-DC Relays usually do not allow this)

Package Includes:
1 x Heated Bed Power Module.
1 x Connection cable for input signal
2 x Power cable

Note:
This module under the premise of normal cooling, it work stable under (Max) = 25A, the process of using the current not exceed 25A.

Product Features

  • APPLICATION: This high power module is a general add-on heated bed power expansion module for 3D printer. It can work with the Anet A8.
  • UNIQUE DESIGN: With unique snowflake heatsink design, it has a great cooling effect. The heat bed power module can be used in both Lerdge motherboard and other 3D printer motherboards.
  • 25A MAXIMUM CURRENT: This high power module helps your 3D printer equipped with the Lerdge controller board become even more powerful. The module can solve the current load problem when the heated bed power is too large. With this add-on module to board lead the maximum current up to 25A.
  • GOOD PROTECTION: When using heated bed 3D printer for 12V power supply which may cause excessive current during times, with this module, it can well protect the connectors on the controller board from burning.
  • PACKAGE INCLUDES: 2 x Heated bed power module (motherboard is not included) and 2 x Connection cable for input signal. BONUS: 4 x Power cables.

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EAU 2018: The Current Role of 3D Printing

Copenhagen, Denmark (UroToday.com) Improvements in surgical techniques and outcomes have come as a result of improved anatomical knowledge gained through ever more powerful imaging techniques. The point of most imaging is to recapitulate patient-specific anatomy so that a surgeon can make the best operative plan and provide the most precise surgery possible for each individual patient.

Dr. Ukimura and colleagues have capitalized on advances in 3D printing technology to take this science to the next level. Using multiparametric MRI imaging as a reference, their team has demonstrated that printing a 3D model of a prostate is both feasible and useful. The team was able to create models using a flexible material that precisely demonstrates target cancer lesions in 3-dimensional space. This helps to characterize the lesions with respect to the location in the prostate, the location relative to the prostate capsule, and the location relative to the neurovascular bundles (NVBs). 

Having a good 3D knowledge of these relationships can obviously make a huge difference during prostate surgery. It can help a surgeon know where to absolutely avoid a capsulotomy and where to take wider dissection planes, for example, in order to minimize risks of positive margins and to maximize the preservation of NVBs. 

This technology will really be useful for the field of focal therapy, as the models can be useful for research purposes as well as for patient-specific planning of needle placement for ablation probes, for example. However, prostate cancer does not always present in “index lesions,” and clinicians should be mindful that these models are built off of imaging patterns from mpMRI and can miss more diffuse carcinoma throughout the prostate. Thus, one should exercise appropriate caution, as usual, when using these models for surgical planning.

This is a very interesting new technology that can revolutionize the way future surgeons plan surgeries, as long as the 3D printing technology becomes more available and cost-effective. As an added bonus, it can also help with surgical instruction/resident teaching. Lastly, it can be used for counseling patients about their surgery in a way that has never before been possible!

Presented by:  Osamu Ukimura, MD, PhD, Kyoto, Japan

Written by: Shreyas Joshi, MD, Urologic Oncology, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA at the 2018 European Association of Urology Meeting EAU18, 16-20 March, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark.

RepRapChampion 3D Printer Heated Bed Power Module High Current 210A MOSFET upgrade Anet A8, TEVO Tarantula and others

This listing is for one power module for controlling 3D printer heated bed, it is also can be used to drive other non-inductive loads. If you plan to use silicone heater of large area heated bed, you most likely will overcome limitations for the current, that can handle your current 3d printer electronics. This control board will handle high current without even getting warm. Oversize MOSFET and overall very robust PCB design will allow for trouble free operation without active cooling.

Heated bed power module features:

Based on powerful MOSFET HA210NO6.
Dimensions: 60x50mm.
Mounting holes: 3.2mm diameter, for M3 screws.
Distance between holes: 54x43mm.
Very powerful MOSFET to withstand higher current than normal RAMPS or other 3D Printer controller can handle.
Voltage: 12V-24V.
Maximum current with active cooling: 210A.
Current: 50-80A safe for prolonged times without active cooling.
This module is based on power MOSFET and will allow PID control of the heated bed (DC-DC Relays usually do not allow this).

Package contents:

1 x Heated Bed Power Module.
1 x Connection cable for input signal.

Product Features

  • Safe and reliable way to handle high current heate bed on 3D Printer
  • Easy to install and connect with supplied connection diagram
  • It will not overheat under normal load
  • Active cooling is not required but recommend

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Wisamic 3D Printer Heating Controller MKS MOSFET for Heatbed Extruder MOS Module Exceed 30A Support Big Current

Specification:
Function: control hot bed, print head heating
Power Supply: 12V-24V
Weight: 127g

How to use?
1. Connect power to power source, please note the anode and cathode.
2. Connect hotbed to heated wire , please note the anode and cathode.
3. Connect digital control signal to Gnd,D8.
4. Connect the control signal of Ramps1.4 or MKS MOSFET to -Bed+
5. Choose one signal group to connect.

Package content:
1 x MOS module

Note:
-It can only choose 3 OR 4 signal group .
-Pay attention to polarity.

Product Features

  • Extra large heat sink, the maximum current can be up to 30A or more.
  • Superior performance of MOSFET (Max 280A).
  • Can use hot bed output signal of Ramp1.4 and MKS series to control.
  • Can use digital signal of 5-24v to control.
  • Functional test has been conducted on each unit.

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