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Kompatibilität E3D Nozzles und UMO+ Hotend?

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Hallo zusammen

Ich möchte bei meinem UMO+ Nozzles mit einem grösseren Durchmesser verwenden. Weiss jemand ob die E3Dv6 Nozzles direkt mit dem originalen Hotend vom UMO+ verwendet werden können? Hat das schon mal jemand gemacht und wie sind die Erfahrungen?

Oder müsste ich dazu das gesamte Hotend ersetzen?

Vielen Dank und Gruss

/moudi

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Hi DidierKlein

Thanks for your information. Printing a new fan shroud should not be a big issue. :)

Btw, I found the drawings for both nozzles:

http://wiki.e3d-online.com/images/3/3b/DRAWING-V6-300-NOZZLE.png

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker-Original-Plus/blob/master/1054_Nozzle_0.4mm/B1054-A2P-A.PDF

Looking at the drawings it seems that the E3D is 3.5mm smaller.

Cheers

/moudi

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There are two fan cap models on umo+ (Only one documented on the bom). If you have the one that most people have the nozzle could fit if you slightly adjust the metal. Also for long term use It's better to print it on a material that can go 70-80C without bending like abs, xt, carbon. Remember when you design the fan to block air hitting directly on the aluminium block. And if you install new fans in the future, remember not to go beyond 250 mA or you might blow the transistor like I (second time a week ago).

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