BondTech SLS DDX BLTouch Mount

Recommended component for the DDX extruder upgrade with BLTouch

  • For Creality 3D printers with BLTouch
  • High-temperature resistance
  • Made of PA12 in SLS
  • £11.80

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Item no.: BTE-10079-60, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 7350011411863

  • For Creality 3D printers with BLTouch
  • High-temperature resistance
  • Made of PA12 in SLS

Product information & technical details

Item no.: BTE-10079-60
Manufacturer No.: 10079-60
Manufacturers: BondTech
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Extruder

Description

This BLTouch bracket is recommended to install the popular Antclabs leveling sensor on the Bondtech DDX Direct Drive eXtruder for Creality. This PA12 version enables higher working temperatures than the FDM counterpart.

Universal

The universal version has a slot that allows the Z-offset to be adjusted to the bed and nozzle tip so that it can be used with all available hotends that are compatible with the DDX.

If you are using a Copperhead or Mosquito hotend, note that special versions are available for these hotends.

Pro / Mosquito

The Pro / Mosquito version has a hole pattern to hold the bracket at the specific height so that the CR-10S Pro hotend and Mosquito hotend can be used.

Copperhead

The Copperhead version has a hole pattern to keep the mount at the specific height and use Slice Engineering's Copperhead hotend.

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