BondTech LGX Extruder

Powerful upgrade with practical features

  • Larger drive wheels
  • Multifunction interface socket
  • Light and symmetrical design
  • Precise and temperature resistant
  • $130.83

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Delivery on Monday, 22 March: Order before Thursday at 13:30.

Content: 1 set

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Item no.: BTE-EXT-LGX, Content: 1 set

EAN: 7350011413607

  • Larger drive wheels
  • Multifunction interface socket
  • Light and symmetrical design
  • Precise and temperature resistant

Product information & technical details

Item no.: BTE-EXT-LGX
Manufacturer No.: EXT-LGX
Manufacturers: BondTech
Content: 1 set
Product types: 3D Drucker Upgrades, Extruder
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm

Description

The BondTech LGX Large Gear Extruder is an excellent upgrade for your 3D printer with many practical functions for efficient and uncomplicated use.

  • Larger drive wheels for better filament grip
  • Filament preload lever for quick filament changes
  • Multifunctional interface socket for quick tool and application exchange
  • Drive wheel maintenance window for easy cleaning and maintenance
  • Compact, light and symmetrical design for greater performance and compatibility
  • Mounting hole pattern for easy and uncomplicated setup
  • 3D-printed nylon housing for maximum strength, precision and temperature resistance
  • Size: 42 x 42 x 25 mm

Contents of delivery

  • 1x LGX ™ feeder
  • 1x Custom LDO Nema17 25mm pancake stepper motor
  • 1x Bowden Interface Plug (with metal plug screw)
  • 1x Direct Drive Interface Plug (for slice engineering hotends)
  • 1x 2mm Allen key (recommended tool)
  • 1x product line information brochure
  • 1x Powered By Bondtech sticker

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