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Ultimaker Minimum Printhead with threaded bowden lock - dual extruder version

Printhead replacement.

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Based on hreedijk's request I designed a minimal printhead carriage to support two extrusion heads. This model got the same M14x1 thread so you can use the same cap & tightening bolt I made for the original one. 
Sorry for the lame object - I just started to learn Fusion 360 what I used to model the carriage. 
I just printed it out but did not test at all.

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Mini rowiac avatarrowiac added this to the UMO Mods collection ago
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Mini dandylion2Paul commented ago

Much obliged. I just wanted to check my hole geometry is correct for the dual extruder. i.e. for shrinkage

Mini efi mrGabor Penoff commented ago

Just ask - uploaded :)

Mini dandylion2Paul commented ago

anyone got the step file?

Mini dandylion2Paul commented ago

Cheers!

878e59c9ee05b733b7831ff862f313c3?default=blank&size=40PyroNyzen commented ago

Quaylie, Despite the modelling problem, i've had much success using this when printed with Colorfabb XT filament (245˚C temp)

Mini dandylion2Paul commented ago

Has anyone had any success with this component yet?

878e59c9ee05b733b7831ff862f313c3?default=blank&size=40PyroNyzen commented ago

This model is designed wrong, the two bowden holes need to be on a side with a low bearing hole. just take one of the current bowden holes and move it to the opposite corner (this makes it possible to have both nozzles on the right side of the printer and the fan on the left side, as it should be) currently, this will put 2 nozzles on the front or back of the printer, leaving no place for the cooling fan.

Mini efi mrGabor Penoff published this design ago