E3D Titan Aero Standard Toolhead for LulzBot TAZ
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New design with improved features! https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2680398
www.itworks3d.com developed this E3D Titan Aero based toolhead for the LulzBot TAZ 5 and 6 https://itworks3d.com/product/lulzbot-taz-e3d-titan-aero-toolhead/ to allow users to print both solid and flexible filament without changing toolheads. As the Titan Aero is available for both 1.75 and 3mm filaments, you also have your choice of filament sizes!
Visit our product webpage https://itworks3d.com/product/lulzbot-taz-e3d-titan-aero-toolhead/ for a convenient list of the items you need to build your own!
Details on parts:
"carriage_1.stl" is the main carriage
"right bracket with switch_2_t6.stl" is the right side bracket with the switch mount required for the TAZ 6. We ship ours with the TAZ 6 mount and switch so they are compatible with both printers.
"right_support_t5_1.stl" is the right side bracket without the switch mount required for the TAZ 6
"duct_tip_2_3mm.stl" is the duct tip for use with the 3mm Titan Aero
"duct_tip_2_1.75mm.stl" is the duct tip for use with the 1.75mm Titan Aero
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