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Grayham

Makerfarm Diamond Hotend Bowden Extruder for Hexagon Heat Sink

by Grayham Mar 5, 2016
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My hot-end heat sinks are circular rather than six sided, so I had to reproduce the Heatsink mount and Hotend.

It would be useful if you could submit the heatsink mount without the hotend being cut out.

Hi,

It turns out I did do a bit with the E3D just never finished :)

I have uploaded some files in .f3d and step format that you may find useful.
There is a diamond hot end with E3D heat sinks and an unfinished mount partiality cut for the E3D's.
There is also an stl of the setup

Hope it's useful
Grayham

I will have a look and see if I kept an earlier version.

would like to use this on a core xy printer but I do not any abs filament

Hi,
I'm looking for a proper way to fix the diamond hotend to my Rostock 301 printer, rather than with straps.
Althoughit seems that this is also the case here, your files would be a great start for me.
Any chance you can share the Autodesk file (I'm use Inventor)?
Thanks for your reply,
Mikael

Hi,
Apologies but not been doing any work on the printer for quite a while.

I'm assuming this is no longer a requirement? Though let me know if you need anything uploaded.

Of you can : do post your design files itself such that people can base their work on it. Not just the stl. I'm still interested myself too!

The stp files are there, they have been since I originally posted. The .stp files are a generic cad format that most cad software can import and you can change, edit etc.. STL is a mesh STP you can modify as normal model.

Let me know how you get on

Hi friend... You have this in solidworks format ?
I need !

Hi,

Apologies for the late reply. I've not been on here much.

I use Autodesk Fusion 360 and can't see anyway to export Solid Works files.
The files you can download are in stp format though which I though solid works could import?

Kind Regards
Grayham

Hi friend... thanks for all ! I design in solidworks.