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lXGaimMasterXl

E3D V6 HotEnd CAD Models (Includes all 3 versions)

by lXGaimMasterXl May 24, 2014
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Your size from the top to the nozzle tip is to small. The original E3Dv6 has a total assembled length of 63mm. Your 1.75mm E3D only 62.3mm long. :(

Thank you so much! I needed this model!

Thank you sir. Saved me a good bit of time!

Wow, good work! Thank you very much for uploading!

Thank You. This is useful !

Thanks for this! Just what I needed!

made one but when i put the heater in it got to hot and fell out , also could not get the filerment in but its a nice design thanks

THX for sharing this! Need it to make a mold ;)

thank you --- just what I need ---

Thank you, this is awesome. Helps greatly for making improvements to my printer.

Thank you. This helped me greatly! I just converted my Taz 5 from Hexagon to E3D hot ends and I was able to to it rather quickly using your meshes. Your time is greatly appreciated.

No problem! I rather enjoy 3D modeling so it was a fun project more than anything.

Wow... thanks. Saved me a lot of time and I appreciate step format. Working on overhead filament cooler for E3D and Solidoodle.

Sure thing! I find it easier to work with STEP formats so naturally I try and include them in any model I post.

Thanks, after 10 mins of modelling my current E3DV6.. i found this.

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Thank you for providing step models, very helpful!

Sure thing! From experience I know STL's aren't easy to play with in CAD programs (Inventor for me), so I always make sure to at least make STEP files since CAD programs seem to like those a little more.