Nano-Extruder PG35L (uniX V2 System !)
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The Micro extruder was not small enough (still over 70mm) for me so i designed a new body from scratch.
With the smaller size a new uniX-hotend V2 assembly version is released !
very compact design, only 50mm tall !!!
Overall weight of complete extruder with hotend can be under 200 gramms !
uni-X V2 Universal Hotend system -> Works with alot of different Hotends
(no need of a metalplate for V9/v10 Hotend anymore !!!)
50mm assembly holes
- should work with 3mm and 1,75 material (using brass tub insert)
Still missing: fanmount -> can be used from a other PG35 extruder.
- i already made some specific hotend derivates from this with only 43mm height, maybe i`ll release them later (some weeks)
EDIT: fixed version uploaded -> added support to upper Filamentguide.
EDIT2: uploaded some bearingholderfor the extrudershaft.
Testprint was made with 0,35mm layerwith and 0,28 layer height.
Zip contains again a set of 16,4mm insets and one with 16,7mm (for well tuned printer ;) ).
1x PG35L Stepperdriver
1x MK7 Pulley or similar
6x M3 nut
4x M3 washer (some additional springwasher for extruder recommended)
4x M3x40 screw
1x 624Z bearing
1x 3x14mm bolt (for idler bearing)
2x small springs for Idler
2x M4 Nylock nuts + screws for mounting the extruder on the carriage
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