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Titan Aero integrates the Titan extruder and V6 HotEnd into one neat little package. All the lightweight performance, reliability and usability of V6 and Titan, along with some benefits all of its own.
By combining a hot end and extruder, Titan Aero is ultra compact. It offers you an extra 25mm of Z-axis build height compared to a V6 + Titan combo.
Compact also means rigid. Aero copes brilliantly with knocks and bumps, allowing it to work with the fastest of 3D printers.
By having a short, well constrained filament path, Aero is great for flexibles. It minimises places where filament can bend, buckle and jam, giving a better flexible printing experience.
Titan Aero is built on the E3D V6 all metal design, allowing you to reliably 3D print any thermoplastic at temperatures up to 285°C For more information regarding the temperature limits of the Titan aero please visit this documentation page
It’s also been designed to take standard V6 heatbreaks, so that you can interchange components from E3D’s entire modular ecosystem to suit your needs. Choose from temperature sensors, heater cartridges, Volcano, or one of the 92+ different nozzles we provide.
Aero is mounted using a standard hole pattern, allowing it to be fitted onto a wide range of 3D printers and making designing mounting solutions straightforward to do.
By using Titan’s custom engineering and rigorously tested extrusion mechanism, Aero is highly reliable and retains all of the smart usability features. It’s a breeze to load and unload filament, manually extrude, adjust idler tension, and clean out debris from the hobb.
Likewise the use of Titan’s 3:1 gearing ratio allows the use of smaller motors, making for a lighter weight carriage whilst maintaining reliability and pushing power.