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Welche Kupferpaste für Heizpatrone & Temp.-sensor?

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ich lese immer wieder, daß am 3D-Druckkopf

für die Heizpatrone und den Temperatursensor

Kupferpaste verwendet wird.

Welche nehme ich da am besten?

Ich habe Liqui Moly 3080 Kupfer-Paste ins Auge gefaßt.

Könnt Ihr die Wahl empfehlen?

Welche ist bewährt?

Danke für Eure Hinweise!



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Hallo Dirk,

Das habe ich auch schon öfter gelesen, habe darauf hin eine Wärmeleitpaste verwendet, schon nach 4 Wochen konnte ich Patrone und Sensor nicht mehr entfernen und bevor ich irgendwas kaputt mache habe ich es drin gelassen.

Verbesserung habe ich keine gespürt (Schnelleres Heizen, bessere Temp. Übertragung)

Ob jetzt Kupferpaste besser geeignet ist kann ich dir nicht direkt sagen,

gemacht ist es auf jedenfalls nicht um die Temperatur Übertragung zu verbessern sondern um das Festfressen von Schrauben bei höheren Temp. zu vermeiden.

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