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Posted · Alternative to CC 0.6 print core?

I have two 3D-Solex cores, they are very good quality (an AA0.25 and an CC0.6) but the CC0.6 of those that I have has an "advanced" nozzle with multiple internal channels making it nearly impossible to clean.

I do additionally have one of these nozzles for the original cores: Micro Swiss Brass Plated Wear Resistant Nozzle for Ultimaker 3 / Ultim — Micro Swiss Online Store (micro-swiss.com) they work also great but you have to disassemble the relatively fragile Printcore. If you're confident in handling fragile stuff you can change the nozzle relatively easy. 

There's also a thread here in the forum on how to reprogram the Cores so the printer recognises them as what you made them.

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