Commented on E3d V6 hot end mount about 5 years ago
Hi! I took out the cad files since someone use to clone it, sell it in chinese store made in aluminium and made business with my free job. So i won't upload cad files any more. Sorry.
Commented on E3d V6 hot end mount about 6 years ago
<p>Hi Richard! Thanks for the report. I don't take it as a complain and i know all you appreciate the work behind this model. also i'm not a profesional designer. Since i finished it i know it should be improved and after some time testing it i know what should be changed but i have no time to do it. I invite you and all who use it to colaborate in the design, solidworks files can be downloaded.</p><p>to your questions:</p><p>1) Because contraction of materials (And ABS have a lot) 12mm designed hole is a bit less than 12mm. I drilled the hole with 12mm bit and it works perfect.</p><p>2)It's not designed for use with nuts, yuo should use screw for plastic like "plastite"</p><p>3)The design is for use with e3d heater block and um heating resistance not for ultimaker heater block. even this, the resistance is too close to the left fan and it melts, should be redesigned.</p><p>4) Yes, you ned 40mm fans, the size is 40x40x10 mm. These wark very nice.</p><p>Hope this hepls.</p>
Commented on E3d V6 hot end mount over 6 years ago
You're right! I designed this for work with abs and my hot bed. The clips position for my "home made" hot bed make unable to put fan ducts closer to the glass. E3D nozzle is very small so the air could cold nozzle. I have in my "things to do list" to modify the mount so you can set diferent height, i have to modify the hot bed first.
Published E3d V6 hot end mount about 7 years ago
Favored Ultimaker XY blocks with banana tensioner over 7 years ago
Published Double fan duct 40mm ultimaker original over 7 years ago