Micro-Swiss Direct Drive Extruder for ExoSlide

Ideal for flexible filaments

  • Simple plug and play
  • Ideal for flexible materials
  • Good extrusion control
  • Light aluminium body
  • £74.50

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Delivery on Thursday, 06 May: Order before Monday at 10:00.

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Item no.: MS-M2608, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 769407527793

  • Simple plug and play
  • Ideal for flexible materials
  • Good extrusion control
  • Light aluminium body
With hotend: £121.10
Without a hotend: £74.50

Product information & technical details

Item no.: MS-M2608
Manufacturer No.: M2608
Manufacturers: Micro-Swiss
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Drucker Upgrades, Extruder

Description

Features:

  • Dual drive gear
  • Hardened tool steel, CNC precision gears
  • Adjustable filament handle
  • Easy refilling of filament
  • Short, severely restricted filament path
  • Prints flexible filament with high speed and accuracy
  • Excellent extrusion control

Compatible with:

  • Printers with the ExoSlide system

Contents of delivery :

Stepper motor, linear rail and carriage block are NOT included!

  • 1x Micro Swiss All Metal Hotend (if option selected)
  • 1x main extruder body
  • 1x extruder lever
  • 1x spring pin
  • 1x spring
  • 2x gears
  • 1x tension button
  • 1x shoulder pin
  • 1x extension cable
  • 3x M3 x .5 x 6mm motor mounting screws
  • 2x M4 x .7 x 16mm ExoSlide mounting screws
  • 2x M3 x .5 x 10mm screws
  • 2x M3 x .5 nuts
  • 5x cable ties
  • 1x printed bracket
  • 1x beveled Capricorn PTFE tube

Spare parts

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