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    Thats an V6 then

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Thats an V6 then
    Is the v6 the entire hotend? I'm still using the stock Cube 3 heating elements in my printers, I've just done the work, modifications and measurements to get these extruders working in my printer (not as easy as I thought it would be, hence why it's taking me so long to release the process... and I still can't get ABS working properly with it.)

    Anyways, the original design has been updated with a few tweaks. I'll see how these ones print, and if I need to update it again, I'll let everyone know

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamKempenich View Post
    Is the v6 the entire hotend?
    Not sure about that.

    The nozzles you linked are the same as the Prusa except those are Volcanos. Volcanos have a longer threaded end so that the filament melts more rapidly so you can get faster prints. Of course you would have to change the heater block to use them on the Prusa as well.

    If you want the best quality ones, get them from E3D.

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    https://e3d-online.com/nozzles-for-3...olcano-nozzles

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaloDon View Post
    Not sure about that.

    The nozzles you linked are the same as the Prusa except those are Volcanos. Volcanos have a longer threaded end so that the filament melts more rapidly so you can get faster prints. Of course you would have to change the heater block to use them on the Prusa as well.

    If you want the best quality ones, get them from E3D.

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    https://e3d-online.com/nozzles-for-3...olcano-nozzles
    Thanks for the link. The mod I'm working on only works with volcano nozzles, so having a link to the best quality ones is super helpful!
    Last edited by AdamKempenich; 08-25-2017 at 05:12 PM.

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    Adam- I think the little slit in the in the top that the extruder passes through is too wide. On mine, that's all it is, a slit, no gap. Anyway it could be changed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ztoddman1 View Post
    Adam- I think the little slit in the in the top that the extruder passes through is too wide. On mine, that's all it is, a slit, no gap. Anyway it could be changed?
    Of course! The slit has been changed from 0.5mm to 0.1mm -- making it much more like an actual slit.

    (Still the same link, but here it is again so you don't need to scroll back to the first page to grab it).
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2496359

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    svg file changed as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ztoddman1 View Post
    svg file changed as well?
    Yup!

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    rock on! thanks.

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    A failure. The laser cutter would only make it through 1/2 of it, charred the actual wiper part. Tinkered with every combo I could try but no luck. May have to just use the handy hobby knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ztoddman1 View Post
    May have to just use the handy hobby knife.
    Yup, that's what I did.

 

 

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