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Some questions about general subject.

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First I still don't understand for what are using this black plastic thing?

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Why on bowden tube are applyed blue scotch, and from what side it should be used?

I cant submit ticket somehow, so i will ask here. How much will cost shipping to Ukraine Belts Pack? About cost this my email: marakew196@gmail.com

Thanks in advance!

 

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The black clip holds the bolt in place. If you need to clean the bolt, you can pull the black clip off, and then slide the whole gear-wheel-and-bolt assembly out of the other side of the extruder.

The blue tape on the bowden simply marks the end that goes on the extruder gear end. It's chamfered inside to make it easier to slide the filament in.

 

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