The Mandala Rose Works ultra-flat Voron 2.4 & Trident Bed is machined out of 5083 (K100S) Aluminum Cast Tooling plate. These beds have been optimized to work on the mounting points for the Voron 2.4 and Trident. We also check each bed on a granite surface plate to make sure it is within specs for use on your Voron printer. All ultraflat beds have been checked to be under 0.1mm overall flatness.
We also have added two additional threaded 5mm holes closer to the center of the build plate, allowing you to put the wiring between the mounting extrusion, instead of over them.
Mandala Rose Works magbeds are a top magnet design bed, meaning that the magnets are slightly below the surface of the magbed. This gives a very superior holding power, however, it does require a very good quality build plate, such as Buildtak, or Subtle.Design. The manufacturers of those flex plates use a 0.5mm thick sheet. Thinner sheets may dimple slightly under the magnet. A lot of China build plates are not up to the challenge.
- If at any point you decide to remove the magnets, first of all, when reinstalling the screws, turn the screw backwards until you feel the threads in the screw jump the threads in the bed. Once you feel that little bump, turn the screw in until it gets to the “screw stops turning point” with zero strength behind it. Once the screw has stopped turning, tighten it 1/32nd of a turn and NO MORE. Overtightening WILL shatter the magnets.
- Now, a word of warning, if you are using an inductive sensor, you WILL have issues levelling your bed if you choose the magbed option. Our magnets are very strong, and they mess with inductive sensors, some capacitive sensors, and even BLTouch. If you choose to use BLTouch, you will have to dodge magnets while probing your bed. We do not provide the coordinates for this, so it will be up to you to figure out.