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SHENZHEN, China, Feb. 20 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Many 3D printers initially didn’t have heated build plates, and in order for prints to adhere to cold surfaces, certain materials like painter’s tape were used to facilitate adhesion. But, eventually, we realized that the materials would stick better to hot surfaces. Heated beds were then introduced. They dramatically improved the quality of prints and helped prevent warping. Many people have become accustomed to the print bed of their 3D printers being hot during printing. However, too much heat in the heated bed can lead to several problems. The soon to be launched Wizmaker P1 3D printer was designed to solve these problems.

According to Mike Brooks of M3d Zone, heating the print bed of 3D printers results in significant energy consumption. It would take a power supply of about 600 watts to heat the bed. If the fireplace is constantly heated, this will lead to an increase in the energy used. The constant heating can also cause rapid deterioration of the magnetic sheet. This would then be an additional expense for consumers.

So what is the solution?

Existing print beds are clearly not efficient for 3D printing, moreover this type of printing leads to non-adherence of print objects, which becomes a problem when glue is used. More innovative solutions are therefore needed.

Wizmaker P1 3D printer uses precise sensor and perfect patented algorithms to save energy. What it does is reduce the heat of the print bed while creating high quality prints. Wizmaker P1 enables users to create their hot ideas on a cool bed and makes the printing experience more convenient and efficient.

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