BCN3DUpgrade Kit Sigma R19

Bring your Sigma up to date

New!

  • New hot-ends
  • Extruder from BondTech
  • Filament sensor
  • Complete set
  • Easy installation
  • £542.00

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Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: BCN-11103, Content: 1 pc

  • New hot-ends
  • Extruder from BondTech
  • Filament sensor
  • Complete set
  • Easy installation

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: BCN3D
Content: 1 pc
Compatible with 3D Printers : BCN3D Sigma

Description

The easy-to-install upgrade kit equips your BCN3D Sigma with the latest R19 features:

E3D ™ hotends: The latest version of BCN3D Hotends has been optimised by global specialist E3D. Thanks to E3D's superior engineering know-how, which guarantees the highest quality standards, the hotends provide smooth and reliable extrusion with various printing settings.

Filament Runout Sensor: A mechanical filament detector that prevents one of the most common and frustrating causes of error. If the filament runs out during a print job, the printer automatically stops and alerts the user.

New graphical user interface: The improved R19 GUI and UX include new informative screens, maintenance recommendations and guided wizards, as well as access to advanced print settings.

Bondtech ™ Extruder: New extruder made of CNC machined aluminium and hardened steel drive gears. Thanks to the high-tech dual drive gears, it provides incredible grip and eliminates feeding problems, no matter which filament is used.

What's in the box:

Everything you need to assemble the components is included in the kit. It takes between 1 and 2 hours and an online manual is provided.

  • 2x Filament runout sensor set
  • 2x Bowden entry tube
  • Set of shims for printing with mirroring and duplication modes
  • 1x Industrial μ-SD with firmware files
  • Calibration aids
  • 1x 2mm Allen key
  • 2x Extruder from Bondtech ™
  • 2x 0.4mm hotends from E3D ™
  • 2x Calibrated stepper motor drivers

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