Following on the success of our toolhead based on the E3D Titan Aero extruder and hotend for the Taz that prints both solid and flexible filaments in either 3mm or 1.75mm, we have updated and released a new version!
- Lighter half height stepper motor increases print accuracy by reducing toolhead mass
- Revised filament cooling duct with outlets on the front, back, left, and right tuned for even surrounding filament cooling
- Updated mount increases stiffness and accessibility
- Compatible with Taz 5 and 6 (and also prior Tazs with a few updates)
Bought the prior version and want to upgrade? Sure! we have several options (coming soon), listed on the E3D Titan Aero Toolhead product page.
Preview our upcoming E3D Titan Aero + Volcano toolhead for the Taz 3D Printer.
The Volcano hotend has nozzle diameters of up to 1.2mm which makes for very fast, very strong prints.
Available in 3mm and 1.75mm filament diameters, and with optional wear resistant and hardened nozzles and hobs for printing abrasive filaments.
Priced attractively, coming soon from itworks3d.com
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Upgrade your E3D Titan Aero and V6 1.75mm hotends for maximum wear resistance and durability with a new E3D V6 Titanium heat break! E3D makes it easy to customize your extruder and hotend to your needs with their modular system. You can achieve high wear resistance in your filament path with the:
Hob: E3D hardened steel V6 hob
Heat Break: Improved wear Micro Swiss Wear Resistant Coated E3D V6 Heat Break Maximum wear resistance E3D V6 Titanium heat break
For the best combination of performance and wear resistance- Micro Swiss Wear Resistant Coated E3D V6 Nozzles
For Maximum wear resistance E3D V6 hardened steel nozzle and Micro Swiss E3D V6 Hardened A2 Steel Nozzles
www.itworks3d.com will be releasing the E3D Titan Aero toolheads for LulzBot Mini very soon!
The E3D Titan Aero allows you to print both solid and flexible filaments without changing toolheads.
Upgrade to hardened parts, and you can also print abrasive filaments like Proto Pasta Carbon Fiber PLA
Check out this video of a test print with the 1.75mm filament version:
We’ve had a great time working with Shawn and Cassy of Sparkfun Electronics on their video series about how to build your own 1lb 3D printed “Plastic Ant” class combat robot for the upcoming Sparkfun AVC Oct 14th and 15th at the Denver Maker Faire!
The complete series is below. Here’s the Plastic Ant Combat Robot Class Rules, and our shared doc with helpful links to shop for plastic ant parts. We hope to see you at AVC!