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Just saw that there's a TFT Coupler by 3dsolex on some shops. Anyone tested this? Can this last just a gazillion hours?

Just asking because I still have one umo hotend (I modded 2/3 printers to um2 hotend), and I will probably change the third printer to um2hotend, but since I might build a fourth printer this summer, this might be interesting to avoid coupler changes each 100-200h print time.

So.. Anyone can share some tests?

3dsolex_tft_ultimaker_original_2_1.jpg

Found it on

http://shop.dim3nsions.ch/tft-umo-isolator.html

Oh and more important, it's there a 1.75mm version??

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3dsolex has 1.75mm of TFT coupler and also 1.75mm version of Olsson block. The TFT material from dupont is crazy expensive and can handle 255C for a year no problem. The only wear and tear will be mechanical abrasion from rough filaments.

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