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    Hmmmm but this end does not matter as long as there's correct flow of filament on the tip?

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    The only link is Don.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Hmmmm but this end does not matter as long as there's correct flow of filament on the tip?
    I meant there is only one Don to work on all these demands

    I'm using my mill... sorry, but that works for me so I have no guide to make.

    I'm off on other related projects... and there is only one me too

    Wait... Bo... what are you working on? Can't you give this how-too a try? It's the perfect BETA trial!!!

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    OK so I closed shut the 15 guide ready to drill....but....which drill bit? how long? where do I stop!?

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    Stop at the seam (middle);
    Drill size 2.8mm for stock tubing; 3.0mm for aftermarket tubing.
    Stock highly recommended.
    Check that your tubing fits in the stainless steel tube part of the nozzle.

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    I thought he was trying to put an M5 quick connect on the hotend?

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    You mean i have to open the guide every time to see if i reached the seam?

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    Check the depth before you even close the guide and put a marker like tape or something on the drill bit so you know how far to go.

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    rotfl

    so i was heating the nozzle with a cheap lighter and ended up with this





    few seconds after noticing the tip was starting to bend!



    wtf lol

 

 

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