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M10 to M6 Pushfit Adapter 1.75mm MK7 Bowden

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M10 to M6 Pushfit Adapter 1.75mm MK7 Bowden by mightynozzle Mar 27, 2017

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Summary

Because I don't have the correct thread of the pushfit, I've created this adapter. It takes a PC4-M10 pushfit (like the one on the china E3D bowden version) and screwed on a M6 thread of the MK7 (MK8?) extruder.
I don't know, if it will be strong enough. The weakest point is between the M6 thread and the M10 section. For the long term, you should grab one of these fittings: https://goo.gl/K0rPgI

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Print Settings

Printer:

Anet A8

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.1

Infill:

100%


Notes:

I printed it with a 0.4mm nozzle and set the extrusion width manually to 0.35mm, instead of 0.48mm. I used 4 perimeters.

Post-Printing

Step 1

Drill 2mm through the filament hole. Clean all the debris.

Step 2

Screw the Pushfit on the adapter. I used a 10mm wrench for the Pushfit and universal pliers for the adaper (teeth part). Screw the Pushfit deep enough in.

Step 3

Screw the adapter on the extruder. Not to tight, otherwise the adapter will break at the weak point.

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Can you create one with m5 to m6 ?

OMG YOU ARE A FLIPPING GOD OF GODS!!!!!!!!!!! I NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT DOING SOMETHING LIKE THAT!

I JUST had my extruder's push fitting break (the stupid clampy part came out when i pulled out the tub to fix a jam), and i only had that fitting... So I had to use a an older extruder (an older MK8 that can't push filament for crap) to print out a new wade extruder and drill out the hole and epoxy in one of the 20+ M10 style push fittings that I have. Granted, IDK if this particular one works with the wade extruder that I was using (its a super tiny hole... just one or two sizes down from the OD of a bowden tube..) so the fitting that goes to my MK8 doesn't fit it. But I'm DEFINITELY printing this out as a test to see if it does, cause even if it doesn't, at least I can try to import into fusion 360 and scale down the threads to fit! =D

THANK YOU SO FLIPPING MUCH SIR AND OR MADAM!

I added the fusion 360 file. But you should try to scale the adapter in your slicer by 1-2%. In my case, the M6 thread was a bit loose and the M10 thread was a bit to tight. So i would scale it slightly up. Scaling in fusion would be difficult, because I set the threads as M6 and M10 standard.

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