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Alternative CORE for Ultimaker3 available, the 3D solex "HardCore"


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The problem of making a longer core is that you need to keep the heat enclosed. If the nozzle goes out more than the standard. So, to use m6 nozzles it would have more nozzle exposed to air/cooling. S

Selecting AA 0.4 is fine.  (note I am the distributor for 3dsolex for usa).   I have no idea what's up with autoleveling - it should work fine.  The UM3 has a sensor in the head behind the n

Do a cold pull.  Especially because this is a brand new core I'm thinking some small piece of metal was in the nozzle.  I resell 3dsolex cores and I inspect EVERY Nozzle and about 1 in 50 have a piece

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