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    Aqui creo que te sale mas a cuenta: http://amzn.to/2lgdcV1

    O si me apuras, este, y tienes un monton mas de cosas "gratis" http://amzn.to/2mO7dTx

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    OK I now need to test this IN the printer! Looks promising!




    Not sure if the metal fit will allow the tube to operate correctly, we'll see!


    (PS. Note the black tape is actually not needed, it's just I crack twisted the lower gray portion of the hotend by "accident")

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    Bo, what size thread do you have on the fitting on the cartridge end?

    I'm doing a printed bulkhead model right now.

    Mine needs to be 4.2mm to thread the fitting and 4mm for my tube.

    I'll make one with a 3mm through hole too.

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    When you say bulkhead, do you mean you are making the extruder housing?

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    No, the end that fits in the cartridge.

    Cannot handle the heat on the nozzle end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    OK I now need to test this IN the printer! Looks promising!

    It looks like your filament is in an endless loop!

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    Heres my take on replacing the tubing, using the KISS method for the cartridge then drilling a hole into the extruder head slightly large enough to thread a 4mm quik connect.
    20170302_183153.jpg20170302_183200.jpg20170302_183211.jpg

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    Bold!

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    Bold but I like it. Of course I'm going to wait and see if the stresses involved make it work loose. But I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exudos194 View Post
    Heres my take on replacing the tubing, using the KISS method for the cartridge then drilling a hole into the extruder head slightly large enough to thread a 4mm quik connect.
    I would like to see the inside of the extruder casing. How does it connect from the quik connect to the extruder tip?

 

 

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