Hey guys, so about 2 years ago (maybe), I was printing with ABS or maybe TPU; something that required a lot of heat on the bed (V2). I took it to 100 C and it worked for a while, then the bed heater cable fried - quite literally - along with part of the main board, and of course, the bed itself. So I called Robo and they told me to never take the bed over 80C, that in reality, it shouldn't go above 70C because a lot of the beds were doing this. That kinda sucks because it's supposed to be able to do 110C. Anyways, I am in need of a bed that can go to at least 100C. Does anyone know of a way to do this with the V2 bed at all? Or, would I be better off designing and building my own bed with a reliable heater that can achieve high temps?