The LulzBot TAZ Workhorse Edition is the industry’s most reliable and easiest-to-use desktop 3D printer. The next generation of the award-winning LulzBot TAZ line includes a strengthened design, improved motion system, premium hot end, swappable hotends for whatever kind of printing needs you have, and new automatic calibration features.
We also have IT-Works 3d Titan Aero Toolheads that are ready for the Workhorse printer to fit your 2.85mm or 1.75mm needs. Whether you need a regular Titan Aero, or a Volcano, we have them available in a standard configuration or we have them all the way up to a PRO”X” complete with upgrades. https://itworks3d.com/product-category/toolheads/e3d-titan-aero/
14% larger build volume.
Supports 10+ materials.
Improved print quality and printed part accuracy.
Key Technical Specifications
Tool Head: HE Tool Head | Hardened Steel | 0.5 mm
Layer Resolution: 0.05 mm – 0.4 mm (0.002 in – 0.02 in)
Max Hot End Temperature: 290°C
Print Surface: Modular Borosilicate Glass/PEI
Max Print Surface Temperature: 120°C
Leveling: Automatic Z-Axis Compensation
Calibration: Automatic X/Y/Z Offset Calibration
Certifications: UL (Pending), FCC, CE, WEEE, OSHWA
Print Volume Dimensions
280 mm x 280 mm x 285 mm
(11.02″ x 11.02″ x 11.22″)
22,344 cm³ (1,362.56 in³)
How to disassemble or tear down your E3D Titan Aero for maintenance, cleaning, removing a clog, replacing bearings, replacing the hob, or if you just want to see what the inside of a Titan Aero looks like, this video is for you!
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
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
While printing filament cooling ducts for our E3D Titan Aero toolheads, I noticed that some ducts had consistently poorer print quality on the overhangs of some corners, while others had even performance on all corner overhangs, even when printing with the same printer and filament roll. Keith pointed out that I had switched toolheads between stock and one of our upgraded E3D Titan Aero toolheads with the surround filament cooling ducts. I hadn’t expected the more even cooling to make that much of a difference, but it indeed does.
To keep your LulzBot Mini and Taz performing at their best, it’s important to check for wear and loose parts periodically.
A few items you can check quickly and easily:
Loose bed mount screws
If you can spin any of the washers that hold down the corners of the bed on the TAZ 6 and Mini, they are too loose. Snug them up with a 2mm hex wrench No “hulk hands” here though, be careful not to strip out the hole.
Play in the bed plate
Try to wiggle the bed in all directions checking for excessive play that may be caused by loose screws or worn bearings.
If you find more play than you’d expect, it may just be loose screws that secure the bed plate to the double bearing holders. Using a 2mm hex wrench, remove the screws that secure the heat bed washers. Being careful not to lose the screws washers, or spacers below the washers, remove the screws and washers, lift up the heat bed and set it off to the side, and check that the screws underneath the heat bed that secure the bed plate are all snug.
Check play again. If you’ve taken out the play, great! If not, it’s probably time to replace the bearings under the bed plate in the double bearing holders
Play in the X carriage
Wiggle the tool head in all directions to check for excessive play that may be caused by loose screws or worn bearings.
Culprits for play include looseness in the screw/s that secure the toolhead to the X carriage
Loose screws that secure the extruder and hotend to the toolhead mount, cracks in the extruder body and toolhead mount, and worn bearings in the X carriage and x carriage upper bearing holder.
Squeaky smooth rods
Wipe down the smooth rods with a lint free cloth to remove dust and residue. This will often remedy squeaks when the carriages are moving.
If you need to replace worn bearings, the old bearings need to be pressed out, and new bearings pressed in, which can be a bit of a challenge without the right tools.
We have factory made parts for the 1.03 “Foxglove” Mini that include the bearings and heat inserts already installed, so you can conveniently replace the entire bearings housing assembly instead!