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CTC Bizer Makerbot Replicator Dual to Single Titan Aero

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CTC Bizer Makerbot Replicator Dual to Single Titan Aero by ant0ny Nov 7, 2017
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CTC Bizer Makerbot Replicator Dual to Single Titan Aero

Drop in Dual to Single Extruder Mod with Hotend Cooling duct.

Used original motor and just added E3D Titan with Aero Hotend.

Cooling duct uses M3 Knurl Insert Nut threads from ebay https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/122046120352 I used the M3x4x4 Knurl Insert Nut

You may need to trim one corner of you Aero Cooling Fan as per the images.

The bracket places the hotend nozzle almost exactly over the original Right Hand Nozzle placement to reduce firmware adjustment. Also has striker for the X carriage endstop.

You will need to measure and re drill to move the Z axis endstop up to compensate for the higher nozzle.

Print Settings

Printer:

Lulzbot TAZ6 Custom

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.3

Infill:

60 - 80%

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What did you set your E STeps to ?

Not sure what you mean. My printers are set to be dimension-ally accurate to within 0.1 but at very worst 0.2.

The tolerances I draw any parts are basically exact... as in... if it's 40mm between 2 shoulders then the fitting part will be drawn 40mm, I may sometimes take a 0.2mm off that depending on what it does. I generally allow 0.2 or 0.3mm bigger for holes, that then will be close to accurate but generally tight.

If you are finding my parts too tight then you may have to turn your flow down to "under extrude" slightly or file any tight faces.

None of that :) It's because the Creator Pro has a different carriage .

Bugger... sorry I can't help you with that. Have a great xmas anyway.

Hee no. I've done one now.

Have a good one yourself mate.

Printing this now :) Wish I'd seen it the other day. Just spent 3 days re designing my E3D bracket :)

Well it doesn't fit a Creator Pro. Yet. :)

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