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New E3D VOLCANO Titan Aero toolhead for TAZ

MAKE STRONG PRINTS FAST WITH YOUR LulzBot® Taz 3D PRINTER!

The newly released www.itworks3d.com E3D Titan Aero Volcano toolhead for Taz features a 1.2mm nozzle that allows tall layer heights and wide line widths that boost print speed to 80-100 grams per hour or more. This toolhead is compatible with Taz 5 and Taz 6 using the profiles and firmware LulzBot® developed and shared (Thank you!) for their MOARSTRUDER toolhead.
Our toolhead featured the E3D Titan Aero extruder, which features a short, controlled filament path for accurate extrusion, and employs our surround filament cooling duct for improved print cooling performance and quality. Special launch sale price of only $349. Regularly $389

9″ / 225mm tall 200 gram vase printed in 2 hours with the IT-Works E3D Voalcano TItan Aero toolhead for Taz Design is Benito Sanducci’s Gosper Fractal Vase design

Available in for either 3mm or 1.75mm filament!

Compatible with the full range of E3D Volcano nozzles, including wear resistant hardened steel, and high temperature coated copper

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Changing Filament with the E3D Titan Aero toolhead for LulzBot TAZ by IT-Works

Want to change the filament on your E3D Titan aero? We show how, including switching between flexible and solid filament!

Many of our early Titan Aero toolhead customers have had good things to say!
Justin Kelly of Proto House, 3D print supplier to Laser Gnomes has multiple E3D Titan Toolhead for LulzBot TAZ working hard printing 1.75mm flexible materials in his printer farm, and says:

“The Aero kit for the Taz5 was a breeze to install as it’s pre-assembled from IT-Works. We were up and printing gorgeous TPU prints in minutes! Love the new lighter design and more material options… great work IT-Works! ”
“When our clients demanded new materials, specifically TPU, we turned to IT-Works to accommodate our exclusively Taz5 farm. With their new adaptation of the E3D Titan Aero head they’ve unlocked not only entirely new material markets for us but also opened the doors to varying diameters. The 3mm vs 1.75mm debate has raged for years and the ability to quit arguing and get to work is the best choice for our service bureau. With these “upgrades” we’re looking to expand our farm further to accommodate these new robust material offerings.
As for the E3D hotend itself the print quality is amazingly high. New clients and experienced printers alike have all proclaimed it’s some of the best looking prints they’ve seen. Those that have dealt with TPU are amazed at the glass like properties and definition of the prints.”

Check out some of the prints Justin has been making:
“Dr. Teeth” – https://rotorbuilds.com/build/5036
“Giorgio T.” – https://rotorbuilds.com/build/5038