FDM Printer Tutorial: 5 Steps to Replace Heated Bed for Anycubic Kobra Go

How do I replace the heated bed of Anycubic Kobra Go? The heated bed of an FDM printer can have some common problems. The heat bed is inspected regularly in order to keep it working consistently. If the heated bed is worn out or malfunctioning, you may want to consider replacing it. Users can refer to the steps in this tutorial to replace the heated bed of Anycubic Kobra Go to ensure that your printer can work normally and print with high quality.


How to Replace Heated Bed of Anycubic Kobra Go

Tools: Magnetic sticker, Flat-blade screwdriver, M2.5 hex key, hot bed.

Step 1: Remove the bottom cover, unplug the wiring plug, and remove the screws.

Use an M2.5 hex key to loosen and remove the screws securing the bottom cover. Remove the bottom cover and unplug the cooling fan wiring plug. Unplug the hot bed wiring plug, and then use a flat-blade screwdriver to lossen, and remove the screws that fix the heating bed wiring.


Step 2: Remove the screws securing the heated bed and remove the heated bed.

Use an M2.5 hex key to loosen the cable management clip screws on the printer. Remove the build platform, and use the M2.5 hex key to loosen and remove the screws that fix the hot bed. 


Step 3: Remove the wiring card slot and install it on the new heated bed.

Tear off the magnetic sticker at the wiring position of the hot bed, and use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen and remove the screws that fix the wiring slot. Remove the wiring card slot. Remove the hot bed protective film. Install the wiring card slot on the new heat bed and secure with a flat-blade screwdriver.


Step 4: Install the new heated bed for Anycubic Kobra Go.

Remove the protective film from the sticker and place the sticker on the hot bed. Use an M2.5 hex key to install the fixed hot bed. Put the build platform back on the hot bed. Pass the hot bed cable through the hole into the printer, and place the cable into the card slot. Use an M2.5 hex key to fix the cable management clip.


Step 5: Reconnect cables, wire plugs, and re-secure the bottom cover of Anycubic Kobra Go.

Connect the hot bed cable back to the motherboard and fix it with a flat-blade screwdriver Reconnect the wiring plug of the cooling fan, and use the M2.5 hex key to re-install and fix the bottom cover of the printer. After that, please leveling your Kobra Go.


In Conclusion

Anycubic Kobra Go is a cost-effective FDM printer that achieves powerful functions through a simple design. Equipped with the self-developed Anycubic LeviQ automatic leveling system, it helps users easily achieve one-key leveling and printing. The heated bed of Anycubic Kobra Go is equipped with a spring steel magnetic build plate, which is already easy to install and supports easy removal of the model.

FDM printer heated bed plays a role in providing stable heating for the printing layer, which can prevent warping and improve printing adhesion. When the heated bed fails, or affects the quality of printing and the performance of the printer, it is a wise choice to replace it. The above is a section guide for replacing the heated bed of Anycubic Kobra Go, for more help please contact the Anycubic professional technical team.

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