BondTech LGX for Flexibles Set

Made for flexibility

  • Small and light
  • Easy installation
  • Processing of soft materials
  • Versatile mountability
  • $91.66

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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-H, Content: 1 set

EAN: 7350011413614

  • Small and light
  • Easy installation
  • Processing of soft materials
  • Versatile mountability

Product information & technical details

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

Description

Developed with flexibility in mind

The LGX For Flexibles Set is a special setup with parts needed to use the LGX extruder to create a printhead that excels at printing most materials and especially soft and flexible filaments.

Flexibly designed

The set contains a reversible heat sink that can be attached to the left or right side of the cooling block. The heat sink also contains the hole pattern for attaching 40 x 40 mm fans.

Advantages of the LGX For Flexibles Set:

  • Allows processing of softer materials
  • Keeps the printhead small and light
  • Assembly is versatile and can be done in multiple ways to suit your needs

Contents of delivery:

  • 1x black anodized LGX ™ aluminium cooling heatsink
  • 1x air-cooled black anodized LGX ™ aluminium cooling block
  • 1x air-cooled LGX ™ cold block mounting parts
  • 1x Copperhead ™ LGX ™ heat break
  • 1x Copperhead ™ heater block
  • 1x BondTech M6x1x7.5 coated brass nozzle 0.4 mm (V6)

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The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.