Swedish extruder developer Bondtech has launched the Direct Travel Program (DDS) for CR-10S. Built as an up grade to the the print head of the Creality 3D printer, the new DDS extruder combines the Bondtech Mini Geared (BMG) extruder with E3D’s V6 hotend to allow improved extrusion management and trustworthiness on the CR-10S program.
The product was created with the 3D printing certification community in thoughts as Bondtech worked with Greg3D, a maker and 3D printing certification enthusiast, to style the DDS. The new extruder design was impressed by Greg3D’s personal Bondtech BMG + E3D V6 Print Head job aka ‘The Tank’, which he released on Thingiverse in September 2018.
Mixed power of E3D V6 and Bondtech BMG
Bondtech’s DDS for CR-10S is supplied as a fully assembled established comprising of an integrated Bondtech BMG and E3D V6 hotend with relationship, power cables and sensor holder. The extruder is made to be ready for plugging in after mounted on the CR-10S for simplicity of use, with no further cabling important. Intended for use with 1.75 mm filaments, the extruder has also been analyzed to be certain prosperous prints with filament from 1.5mm up to 2.0mm, with the goal of providing significant dependability irrespective of the tolerance of the filament employed.
A important function of DDS is the mixture of Bondtech’s Dual-Push technology on the BMG extruder with the functionality of the V6 All-Metal Scorching-Finish from E3D. Dual-Push engineering prevents the grinding and slipping of filaments to present reliable and uninterrupted material movement. The equipment ratio of 3:1 on the BMG extruder also permits excellent drive pressure with the means of high resolution 3D printing certification with smaller nozzles, or superior stream prints with wider nozzles.
V6 hotend performance enables DDS CR-10S people to reliably print significant temperature resources up to 285°C, to the inclusion of smooth and versatile filaments. The housing of the DDS for CR-10S extruder is 3D printed in PA12 to present included power and helpful cooling for the V6 hotend as well.
Level of popularity of the E3D V6 hotend
The unique BMG extruder from Bondtech was unveiled in 2017, in the beginning intended to conserve people both equally time and income. At the time of release, Bondtech claimed that the extruder experienced the ideal force to body weight ratio on the industry many thanks to the Dual-Push technologies. With the integration of the E3D V6 hotend, Bondtech has now enhanced its capabilities specifically for the Creality3D CR-10S.
The V6 from E3D has proven to be preferred preference of hotend with a variety of brands choosing to integrate it into their 3D printing certification systems. For illustration, Ambots, an Arkansas-based 3D printing certification technology and assembly supplier, has made a course of cellular robots that include an FDM/FFF 3D printer with an E3D V6 HotEnd. At TCT 2018, FDM 3D printer developer Swiss 3D TEC unveiled the DM3, a 3D printer geared up with the E3D V6 hotend to “ensure the widest selection of appropriate nozzles [for] homeowners of the DM3,” in accordance to Krisjanis Putrins, the Head of Sales at Swiss 3D TEC.
The DDS for CR-10S extruder is available for purchase through Bondtech now for an RRP for $325.
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Highlighted graphic shows the Direct Push Process extruder improve on the Creality CR-10S. Picture by means of Bondtech.