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Posted · Hotend V2 drawings

Hello all!

I am looking for the drawings for the components of the Hotend V2.

Mainly the PEEK insulator, the PTFE insulator and eventually the brass parts.

I recently had to replace the PEEK insulator as it got deformed. (Although I only print PLA at 220°C max) and the Teflon insulator also got deformed.

I want to machine a peek insulator that should be a bit stronger than the molded version.

Any idea of where I can find the drawings of those parts?

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Gaël

 

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Posted · Hotend V2 drawings

http://wiki.ultimaker.com/PEEK_insulator

I think this is the only published drawing right now. My TITAN OpenSCAD design contains the parts but those where modeled from taking measurements from the actual parts (before I worked at Ultimaker), not by using design specs.

 

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Posted · Hotend V2 drawings

Hi David,

Thanks for the link.

Regardig the PEEK insulator, it's fine for me.

If there is no such document for the Teflon insulator, I'll have to take accurate measurements on a fairly soft material....

It the field of keeping the Utlimaker an open-source design, shouldn't those new hotend's standard components be properly documented anyway?

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Gaël

 

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