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Brauche 0,2mm Düse für UM2

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Nein, die passen so nicht. Du müsstest ja ein neues Hotend haben, damit man die Düsen wechseln kann. Mein neues Hotend ist soweit schon fertig und druckt seit 2 Wochen ununterbrochen fehlerfrei. Ich denke nächste Woche kann ich die Hotends in Serie anfertigen und dann kann es los gehen.

Also alles in allem ca. 2 Wochen noch.

 

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Hallo,

Ich würde Dir den Olssen Block von 3dsolex.com

empfehlen. Da gibt es die 025 er Düsen zum guten Preis und die sind dann jederzeit ganz leicht von außen zu wechseln z.B. Auf 04 oder 08...

Absolute Spitzenqualität zum super Preis! Habe das Teil gestern installiert.

Gruß, Turbotechniker

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