Arcol Hotend v4.1.1

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This blogpost was published on 2012-10-30 at http://blog.arcol.hu/?p=1979.

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available at: http://shop.arcol.hu/item/arcol-hu-hot-end-v4-unassembled-05

History

For previous announcement please read here:
http://blog.arcol.hu/?p=1939

The v4.1.1 version

Im really proud to announce arcol.hu hotend v4.1.1:
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In a nutshell:
- v4.1. - aluminium mounting plate (that also means integrated setscrew in the heatsink)
- v4.1.1 - firesleeve

Aluminium mounting plate (v4.1.)

I replaced the wood mounting plate with an aluminium one.

Just to recall here is how the v4.0.5 looked like:
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Here is the v4.1:
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I also added an M3 setscrew, to fix the heatsink to the mounting plate
(prevent rotating the whole hotend at high speed).
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Also here is how the hotend looks after 6 months of printing:
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So the firecement is quite good solution, once it is applied.
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Firesleeve added (v4.1.1)

To prevent skin burn, protect heater block against fan blow, and last but not least looks awesome:
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Machine compatibility

This hotend is designed for reprap machines (or compatible).
However I had success reports from customers using in 24VDC system, like R2C2 electronics (you need different resistor, so definietly say it before purchase).

I would be really interested how others have mounted or adapted this hotend for their machine,
like makerbot.com or ultimaker.com.

If you happen to have a machine like the above, and you want assistance,
just drop me an email through preorder(at-arcoldothu.

Go grab one:
http://shop.arcol.hu/item/arcol-hu-hot-end-v4-unassembled-05
http://shop.arcol.hu/item/m8nutm3

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