Titan Extruder Parts 3D Printer Stock Feeder Compatible with ANYCUBIC Mega S X Series,CR10,Ender 3 Series DIY 3D Printer, ED3 V6 Hotend J-Head Bowden Mounting Bracket 1.75mm PLA Filament
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The answer to this question is yes.
I was able to easily swap out original parts for my Anycubic I3 mega printer extruder upgrade. The motor can be kept but the parts can be upgraded. Having old parts on hand in case the new ones did not work was important. Please update firmware as well to take into account changes to our gear ratio feed. On the gear pressure there is an adjustment for tension. A little more money would have been a good decision for the Anycubic Afterwards, it was just a matter of swapping out the old extruder for the new one and mounting a spool holder on the side. *br>I am not sure how helpful this explanation was. I wish you the best of There is nothing I love more than my Anycubic
Selected User Reviews For Titan Extruder Parts 3D Printer Stock Feeder Compatible with ANYCUBIC Mega S X Series,CR10,Ender 3 Series DIY 3D Printer, ED3 V6 Hotend J-Head Bowden Mounting Bracket 1.75mm PLA Filament
These actually work quite But, of the three I have purchased, two of them had slight imperfections that had to be ironed out. A 5 mm shaft did not fit in the drive gear of one properly, and I had to hammer it It also had a stripped grub screw hole for the drive shaft. It had a problem with one of the bolts not fitting in the base. In any case, once they are combined, they work well. The official instructions are a little different and there are no instructions with this product, but on the whole it can be figured out by the two small screws one goes next to the filament exit, the other Even so, I built one without that last screw, and it appears to work.
This solved my problem and I didn't need to print yet another part for my Ender 3 Pro. Orienting the extruder was the last thing I did. A reduction of 20mm from the build height wasn't a big deal to me, but I was used to 250mm to 230mm. My biggest concern was that there were metal burs left on the gear of this extruder. I needed to file these down to make them appear like brand new. Now everything is working fine. The extruder will hopefully be durable enough to last, I hope.
This is a replacement for the stock Titan extruder on my Anycubic Mega S, which had gone bad after a bearing failed. For some reason I had trouble using the Titan, and I had to stall the extruder motor because it jammed up. It wouldn't make a difference whether the idler tension is decreased or not. As a result, I had to cannibalize a bearing and put it in the original stock Titan after I had taken it apart several times. If I had just bought the ball bearing I needed to fix it, the cost would have been much lower. This could have been caused by just receiving one that was crooked, causing the shafts to mesh incorrectly and cause the gear mesh to not line up. The answer is I am not sure. The whole thing was simply too tightly wound, and nothing was allowed to spin.
This is a great.
The printer itself isn't too impressive.
The products are of excellent quality and are.