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ollsen block punched dots nozzle size list?

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well when i got the ollsen block pack with all the nozzles, the nozzles were lazer etched and dotted.

i recently ordered 2 spare 0.4mm nozzles from a canadian ultimaker distributor and they were milled instead of lazer etched and have no dots. so i have no idea whats going on. are all the 0.25 0.4 0.6 and 0.8mm nozzles dotted?

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i recently ordered 2 spare 0.4mm nozzles from a canadian ultimaker distributor and they were milled instead of lazer etched and have no dots.

If they were from shop3d.ca then I most likely supplied the nozzles (unless they got some from UM but then why did they order from me?). I think it should have the dots. If not dots then they are .25mm. Look more carefully?

The dots are always milled or drilled. The older nozzles are laser etched with the nozzle size and the newest nozzles are milled with the size. Steel nozzles are .5mm and are a different color (steel is gray, brass is yellowish)

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