BondTech  Extruder Upgrade Kit for the Creality CR-10S

Perfect upgrade for your CR-10S

  • Reliable upgrade
  • Easy installation
  • Dual drive system
  • £86.70

Price shown includes 20% VAT. Excludes delivery costs

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Delivery on Thursday, 23 January: Order before Tuesday at 09:00.

Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: BTE-EXT-KIT-49, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 7350011412419

  • Reliable upgrade
  • Easy installation
  • Dual drive system

Product information & technical details

Item no.: BTE-EXT-KIT-49
Manufacturer No.: EXT-KIT-49
Manufacturers: BondTech
Content: 1 pc


This Extruder Upgrade Kit for the Creality CR-10S and other printers using the same type of mounting plate replaces the original extruder.

This kit provides a high-performance filament delivery system with the ability to print faster with improved quality. With the adjustable knurled screw you can fine tune the force acting on the filament.
It allows for more reliable printing with all types of filaments, both stiff and flexible, and the DualDrive system ensures that the extruder never loses the grip of the filament, making slipping and grinding a thing of the past. The Bowden tube is held securely by the built-in 4mm industry standard connector.

E-steps must be updated to 415 and the direction of rotation of the motor must be reversed. Please observe the installation instructions, which you will find under the "Installation Instructions" tab.

This kit contains no motor, the original motor is used.

The body parts are professional SLS printed in polyamide for maximum strength.

The Extruder Upgrade Kit is also compatible with the Creality Ender 3.

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