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integrated nozzle 0.25mm UM2

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I need this informations to send this piece to the production.

Edit: I found the documentation, thanks ! :)

I wish machining with an output at 0.25mm .

If I remplace the original piece with the new (0.25mm) and change the setting in Cura, it will be a problem for the UM2 ?

Thanks for your help !


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It shouldn't be a problem particularly, although it will take much higher pressures to extrude the same volumes as before, since the opening of your new nozzle will be about one-third the size of the original one. As a result, you will have to reduce print speeds a lot - especially since the extruder on the UM2 often isn't very strong.


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