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Hi,

Ik vroeg me af of ik "dual extrusion" ook los van elkaar kon gebuiken met de volgende setup:

Ultimaker 2:

3mm fialiment setup met een 0.4mm nozzle aan de linkerzijde.

1.75mm fialiment setup met een 0.2mm nozzle aan de rechterzijde.

Bedoeling is dat ik beide nozzles los van elkaar wil gebruiken. Dus ene moment 0.4mm en erna andere print met 0.2mm.

Ik snap dat er meer werk aan zit dan slechts vragen. Maar ondersteunt cura dit? En is er firmware op het net die deze ook ondersteunt? Etc?

Mvg,

Skander

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Ja, geen probleem als je olsson blocks gebruikt en de niet gebruikte nozzle verwijdert. Wanneer je beide nozzles laat zitten ga je wel problemen krijgen.

Ik heb het lang geleden al gedaan (niet met 1.75 maar zelfde idee);

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/17494-dual-olsson-block-for-easy-pla-abs-switching-on-ultimaker2

Met de nieuwe cura is het makkelijk, firmware is ook eenvoudig, gewoon de dual extrusion versie van de tinker firmware nemen.

https://github.com/TinkerGnome/Ultimaker2Marlin/releases

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