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Hallo,

 

ich bin auf der Suche nach eine günstigen alternative für eine Düse für den Ultimaker Original Plus mit Olsson Block.

Ich habe mir leider e3d düsen bestellt und festgestellt das diese passen aber viel zu kurz sind sodass der Lüfter zuerst das Bett berührt.

 

Hab ihr schon Erfahrungen mit anderen Düsen gemacht die groß genug sind und gut passen?

 

Danke schon mal für jede helfende Antwort

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Wenn´st du den Olsson Block hast kannst du alle Düsen von 3dsolex verwenden die natürlich für den Olsson Block geeignet sind.

 

Ok, du hast günstig geschrieben aber 12€ für eine beschichtete Düse ist für mich nicht teuer

RSB “ICE” SURFACE Nozzle 0.25-1.00

 

Und ohne Beschichtung 8€

RSB JET Nozzle 0.25-0.80mm

 

Und ist die beste Qualität.

Und mittlerweile kann man die 3dsolex Düsen auch in vielen deutschen online Shops kaufen zwecks Versandkosten

 

Gruß Gerd

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