Revision 5 of the G2s Pro E3D V6 Maxmount!
Now with detachable layer cooling duct!
- 2x 30mm fans. The E3D fans and the G2s stock "heatsink" fan will do fine.
- The M3-variants require M3x15-20 bolts for fan mounting, the bolts should thread themselves into the plastic.
- 2x M3x10 bolts for fastening the halves together.
- 3x M3x20 bolts for affixing the mount to the effector.
- 5x M3 nuts for fastening the halves together and to affix the mount to the effector.
- Obviously an E3D v6-style hotend.
Disclaimer: These are the parts that I used, if you now what you are doing, you can use just about anything to mount the hotend and the mount to the effector. (I would advice against using industrial contact cement since that makes stuff....well, kinda permanent.)
- Mount the hotend as high as possible to maximize z-height. (name->Maxmount)
- Have adequate cooling even for >250C printing.
- Have part cooling incorporated as neatly as possible.
- Have the part/layer cooler as a separate piece to accomodate wider range of duct designs.
- Simplify the design of Rev4.2
- Support Volcano heater blocks
- The silicone sock is almost a must for any print that uses part cooling.
Due to the "as sleek as possible" design goal, the part/layer cooling nozzles are right up to the heater block and could cool it down too much for any decent printing.
A Volcano fan duct version.
For the intake and exhaust you can easily use PLA.
For the layer duct I'd recommend PETG.