- Compatibilité: Kit d'extrudeuse directe améliorée pour Ender 3 Ender 3 v2et Ender 3 Pro Imprimante 3D.
- Meilleure performance:Soutenez tous les filaments de 1,75 mm de diamètre sur le marché, offre une extrusion plus précise et plus lisse.
- Conception de mise à niveau:Parfait pour PLA et optimiser les performances de l'impression à distance avec TPU et d'autres filaments flexibles. Livré avec un moteur 42 à 40 steppor, ce kit d'extrudeuse directe est en alliage d'aluminium et en plastique, résistant au durable et résistant à l'usure.
- Durabilité: Avec un câble de connexion de moteur d'extrudeuse plus long, des outils, des accessoires et un diagramme de câblage pour l'installation, facile à assembler.
- Tension de sortie: 24v
Liste de paquets:1 * Kit d'alimentation d'entraînement d'extrudeuse
1 * Câble de connexion
1 * Instruction de diagramme de câblage
Outils d'installation et accessoires
Comment assembler des kits d'extrusion directe
Just installed it on my V2. Super easy to do. All connectors fit 1:1.
My motherboard is 4.2.2
Its an awesome deal for 28,-EUR and free shipping from CZ. Delivery time was 4 days.
Had issues with Ninjaflex getting stuck even with dual-gear extruder on an Ender 3. Saw this on sale. Took a plunge. It arrived sooner than expected considering it came from China (less than 10 days, maybe). Fairly small box, well packaged.
No assembly required as far as the parts go. It was immediately ready for installation. Instructions were straight forward and easy to follow. All tools required for the entire operation are included.
I recalibrated the E-steps on the new extruder. It was only off by about 2. The heat, flow rate, etc. were a bit different from the stock hot end and extruder. Had to adjust filament profiles accordingly.
I could have fabricated something like this myself, but for the price I just couldn't pass it up. New hot end assembly with housing/fans/nozzle/etc., new extruder motor, and all the other relative parts straight from the OEM. Also, it eliminates the need for the bowden tube, which I've never been a fan of.
There is a tiny bit of tubing between the extruder and the hot end, and I could see this as possibly being a pain to work with in the event of a serious clog or the tubing should wear out. However, I don't think that that would be a frequent or serious issue.
I'm getting quality prints with a variety of filaments (PLA, PETG, Nylon, Ninjaflex), and have had no issues thus far after several days.
It does exactly what it's supposed to do, what I'd hoped it'd do, and I am more than satisfied.