E3D V6 hot-end adapter for Replicator 1, 2 or Clones
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This is an adapter for Single or Double E3D V6 hot-end for Replicator 1, 2 or clones. Reused most of the parts of original makerbot including thermocouple, heat cartridge, cooling fan, filament blower. Will work with stock x-axis carriage, but I suggest the included carriage as it provides better clearance.
1) The hot-end sits higher then regular hot-end, this was necessary for the cooling fan to be able to coll the entire heatsink, also do use the air-flow tray to direct more of the cooling fan air across the heatsink and not down into the nozzle.
2) Hardware used:
[clamp screws: single: 2x M3 35mm, double: 4x M3 35mm]
[fan: single: 2x M3 12mm, double: 4x M3 12mm]
[filament blower: 2x M4 20mm]
[filament-tube hold to blower/cable hold mount: 1x M3 12mm]
3) !! Do notice that the clamp screws DO NOT go trough the cooling fan they are not a match and is by design, the only screws holding the cooling fan go at the bottom of the fan and are 2x M3 12mm.
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