Micro-Swiss Direct Drive Extruder for Creality Ender 5

Extruder upgrade for your Creality Ender 5 series 3D printer

  • Dual drive gear
  • Easy filament loading
  • Perfect for flexible filaments
  • Light aluminium body
  • $158.33

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Delivery on Monday, 03 May: Order today until 13:30.

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Item no.: MS-M2603, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 769407527700

  • Dual drive gear
  • Easy filament loading
  • Perfect for flexible filaments
  • Light aluminium body
With hotend: $158.33
Without hotend: $97.49

Product information & technical details

Item no.: MS-M2603
Manufacturer No.: M2603
Manufacturers: Micro-Swiss
Content: 1 pc

Description

The Micro Swiss Direct Drive Extruder is an entry-level system for Creality Ender 5 series 3D printers.

  • No modification required, just plug and play
  • No printed brackets

Properties:

  • With two drive gear
  • Hardened tool steel, CNC precision gearing
  • Adjustable filament tension
  • Easy filament loading
  • Short, severely restricted filament path
  • Prints flexible filaments with high speed and accuracy
  • Excellent extrusion control
  • Light aluminium body

No stepper motor is included in the contents of delivery. The original stepper motor from the 3D printer is still used.

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Questions & Answers about Direct Drive Extruder for Creality Ender 5

Pose a question about this product to customers who have already purchased the item. Please forward any other order-related questions to our Customer Service Team.

  • Is the hotend the micro swiss all-metal hotend from this page? https://www.3djake.uk/micro-swiss/all-metal-hotend-kit-for-cr-10

    1 Answer, last answered on 12 January 2021

  • What size nozzle comes with this kit?

    1 Answer, last answered on 10 September 2020

  • does the blutouch leveling work with this unit? There is no mention of it in the fitting instructions.

    1 Answer, last answered on 18 August 2020

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