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UM3 Dual Extrusion with 2 Different Size Nozzles

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Pretty sure it works.  Someone told me he did 0.8mm left core with pla and 0.4mm right core with pva.   Also I know for sure someone who used the left core for shell and the right core for infill.  You could play with this in cura before you buy anything.  There's also the option of getting 3dsolex cores which allow you to swap out nozzles.

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On 1/8/2018 at 8:38 PM, AJDouglas said:

Wondering if this is possible? I would like to pick up the new 0.25mm AA print core but don't want to lose my ability to print with PVA. 

 

I was wondering this too.  I imagine that it should be possible, as long as both cores are printing at the same resolution.  

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