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Happy New year to you all..

I pulled a cracker over the Festive period and came up with this



I wanted to keep all My Nozzles and my spare Block all together, this solves my problem, white is all I had unfortunatley but its functional. The nozzles range from .15 to 1.0mm steel are .4 and .5 note the one to left of Olson Block, a christmas present with Colour Fabb Carbon Fillament.



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