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Will you support an AA 0.6 Core?


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Posted · Will you support an AA 0.6 Core?

0.6mm has basically become the industry standard for many devices. Sure, there's a CC0.6 core, which is great. I enjoy using mine, but if I want both to be 0.6mm, I'd have to buy the CC version, which would cost more than twice an AA version. Most of what I use is non-abrasive. While the 0.8mm core is great, minimum layer line of 0.2mm is too high. The 0.6mm nozzle is the perfect intermediary between quality (0.15mm layer), and speed. 

An AA version would be ideal. 

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