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nozzle size(s) available?

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Hi,

I can't find any good info on the nozzle size(s) available for the Ultimaker. I can find the build envelope, speeds, etc. Also speeds with ? nozzle would be cool to know.

I guess to be more specific, how small of a nozzle is available? I'm not really concerned with fast prints, more so with smooth finishes on the parts.

Thanks,

Monte

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Hi,

I can't find any good info on the nozzle size(s) available for the Ultimaker. nozzle would be cool to know.

I guess to be more specific, how small of a nozzle is available? I'm not really concerned with fast prints, more so with smooth finishes on the parts.

As David said, the UM ships with a 0.4mm nozzle, which is capable of making the standard 0.4mm wide lines, and up to 0.6-0.8mm wide lines, if necessary.

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