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Will a hardened print core be available soon?

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Well if you are only going to print 0.4mm I can sell you a core with a 0.4mm ruby nozzle where the eeprom reports as a AA 0.4 so you don't have to type in the nozzle diameter (although really, how much works is it to enter a single number, "line width" into cura). I have one hardcore left in the store (will have a few more in a week or so) and plenty of UM3 ruby nozzles. So contact me soon if you want me to reserve the last HC for you: thegr5store _at_ gmail.com. If you send me your existing core then you can save money and also might be able to get away with not calibrating when you get it back as the x,y and z shouldn't change. Or I can send you a fresh new core.

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