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Posted · I can't find Thermistor & Heater Probe for my Core AA print core

Hi dear community members ! 2 days ago I had a clog while printing abs with my Ultimaker S5 printer. I was using "Core AA" hotend for printing while this print. Molted ABS material was penetrated all print head in this time. I cleaned all of them but my AA core is not working now. I was diassembling all parts and try to fix this but  In my opinion thermistor of core is dead..

Maybe my heater probe is dead too. ☹️

 

I can't find that parts for purchasing. Also i don't know model number or part name of thermistor(PT100 but idk suitable part or useful part) and heater probe. Can u help me with thissituation ? Thank u dear community members

 

p.s. : I'm living in Turkey. Maybe i can't that parts in my country. 

 

 

 

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    Posted · I can't find Thermistor & Heater Probe for my Core AA print core

    Write to sales@3dsolex.com.  Tell them you are in Turkey.  They have these parts.  They are the 2 most expensive parts on the core.  Roughly 20 euros each.  Are you sure the heater is broken also?  The heater is tougher than the sensor.  The heater should be around 25W so around 24 ohms (power=24*24/resistance).  The sensor is much more delicate.  It should be around 109 ohms at room temperature.

     

    Solder can not be used to make these parts because solder melts at a temperature below printing temperatures.

     

    I forget the diameters but the are integral amounts of mm.  For example 3mm and 4mm?  Not 3.1mm or 2.9mm.  No fractions.

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    Posted · I can't find Thermistor & Heater Probe for my Core AA print core
    13 hours ago, gr5 said:

    Write to sales@3dsolex.com.  Tell them you are in Turkey.  They have these parts.  They are the 2 most expensive parts on the core.  Roughly 20 euros each.  Are you sure the heater is broken also?  The heater is tougher than the sensor.  The heater should be around 25W so around 24 ohms (power=24*24/resistance).  The sensor is much more delicate.  It should be around 109 ohms at room temperature.

     

    Solder can not be used to make these parts because solder melts at a temperature below printing temperatures.

     

    I forget the diameters but the are integral amounts of mm.  For example 3mm and 4mm?  Not 3.1mm or 2.9mm.  No fractions.

    Thanks for u reply. So can i do abs print with CC core  ? Is this a possible or healthy method ?

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    Posted · I can't find Thermistor & Heater Probe for my Core AA print core

    CC 0.6 works fine with any material.  Make sure "line width" is set to 0.6 in the profiles (it should be).  Worst case you can use an AA 0.4 profile, change line width to 0.6 (change nothing else) and when it complains that you have the wrong core just click "ignore".

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