- Weight: 30g
- Height: 54mm
- Filament Diameter: 1.75
- Direct Drive / Bowden
- Construction: All-Metal
- Voltage: 12v / 24v
- Nozzles: Standard Replaceable
- brass, hardened steel, carbide, ruby etc
- .2mm, .3mm, .4mm, .5mm, .6mm, .8mm, .9mm, 1mm
- Threadless design
- Adjustable Length
- Eliminate The "Paper Test"
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The Pocket Shroud™
A Layer Cooling Shroud For Your J-Head™ Farmer!
The Pocket Shroud attaches with existing hardware right on the front of your hotend fan to give you Dual radial layer cooling fans!Buy Now
- Compatible With: J-Head™ Farmer
- Dual Radial Layer Cooling
- Construction: Resin
- Voltage: 12v or 24v
- 30 mm Radial fans slide right into pockets.
- Don't buy a hotend only to have to figure out a layer cooling solution!
- Includes mounting holes for IR Z-Probes.
The Bowden Aglet™
A zero backlash Bowden fitting at last!
The Bowden Aglet™ from hotends.com is just what your Bowden printer needs!
Together - we can end the use of PTC pneumatic fittings in the 3d printing community.Buy Now
- For Diameter: 1.75 Filament
- Construction: PTFE / Brass / Aluminum
- Threads: m10
- Zero Backlash in Z axis - retains full 360 rotational ability
- Doesn't Wear Out Like PTC Pneumatic Fittings
Calibrate your 3D printer regularly to ensure that the extruder is applying the right amount of pressure and that the print bed is level.
Use supports when printing complex geometries or overhangs to prevent the plastic from sagging or collapsing.
Use a brim or raft when printing objects with a small footprint to improve adhesion to the print bed.
Experiment with different infill patterns and densities to find the right balance between strength and weight for your project.
Use a slower print speed for complex or detailed prints to improve the overall quality.
Use a layer cooling fan to help the plastic solidify faster and reduce the risk of warping or other defects.
Clean the print bed and nozzle regularly to remove any debris or excess filament that could affect the quality of your prints.
An old trick is to use painter's tape or another adhesion aid on the print bed to improve the adhesion of the first layer of your print.
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