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  1. Lite6: The low-cost, high-quality HotEnd for everyone!

    Lite6: The low-cost, high-quality HotEnd for everyone!
    Introduction We know that not everybody needs the all-metal high-temperature performance of an E3D-v6. We’ve come to realise that there exists a need for a hotend that is reliable, and puts out great prints, but meets the budget of those who are just getting started in 3D printing. £21.50!Lite6 is our answer to that need. By adopting a PTFE lined...
  2. Volcano: Print bigger, faster, and stronger

    Volcano: Print bigger, faster, and stronger
    https://youtu.be/_PQjwvWoGpk There’s no getting around the fact that 3D printing is a slow process. Even with extremely fast motion systems of modern machines like delta robots we’re still stuck waiting hours for even simple parts to come off the machine. We’re also seeing increasingly large machines which have the ability to create huge objects that push the limits of what...
  3. Introducing the legendary Cyclops and Chimera

    Introducing the legendary Cyclops and Chimera
    https://youtu.be/y4bo7crrEbY For a long time we’ve wanted to do something that takes care of dual extrusion in a neat and simple package. So we started out with some design objectives: Simple and easy to use, mount, and maintain Modular, upgradable, and compatible with the v6 ecosystem Lightweight and compact More cost effective than mounting two E3D-v6 HotEnds side by sides...
  4. The E3D v6 HotEnd Design and Details

    The E3D v6 HotEnd Design and Details
    It's been a long road to v6; we've gone back to the drawing board and taken a good hard look at every tiny detail in the system. We've had to push back release a few times to ensure that things were absolutely correct in manufacture and design, but we're finally ready to release the full details of our new HotEnd...
  5. Printing the unprintable using breakaway support on the Kraken

    Printing the unprintable using breakaway support on the Kraken
    Now we have finished doing all the pre-launch testing of The Kraken which involved printing rather dull and un-interesting objects to test performance we have finally got round to having some fun! I wanted to share our experiences in the hope that some of our techniques may be of use. Over the last few days we have been working to print conventionally...

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