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FDM Multicolor Extruder Tip
by djmad, published
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This is a from scratch - construction of a 3 Color CMY Mixing Head, with additional feed for a solveable medium (bridging,...)
First of all, i added the Iges File for everyone who wants to modify it directly in a Construction solution like SE, SW, Catia
The Distributor and the mixer have to be done one a SLM Printer from stainless steel which is doable with that kind of machine. Costs should not exceed 50â‚¬ for that kind of printing service
maybe there is a way to simplify the mixing situation to do without 3d printing,
the rest is able to do with a standard workshop machinery (threadings)
soldering the mixer and the distributor together with some 500 Degree soldering material, nothing special needed here, just a flame and the right solder
threadings are not exported by my crafting solution, M4 in and out to fit the "spitze"
Heating should be mounted all the way down from the fillament-crossing together down the mixer to the tip
Fluid mixing Simulation
CMY Mixer Software for Repraps
Cooling Rips at not heat-needing Segments
Isulation of heat to the extrusion section
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