Micro Swiss All Metal Hotend Kit for Flashforge Finder / Inventor 2 / Guider 2 / 2S / Dremel 3D40

$ 37.75
SKU Part Number: M2575-04
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This is an all metal hotend upgrade kit for Flashforge Finder and Flashforge Guider 2.  All metal hotend will let you print at much higher temperature than possible with original PTFE lined one. Another benefit of an all metal hotend design is more consistent melt chamber control. During slow extrusion rate, in PTFE lined hotend, transition zone from solid to molten plastic tends to creep upward creating more stringy prints. With all metal design a transition zone is always constant, being located right at the heat break. With fast extrusion rate, PTFE tube doesn't have enough thermal conductivity to properly melt all the plastic coming out.  All metal hotend solves this problem, plastic is surrounded by thermally conductive nozzle throughout its length.

Orifice size available: .2mm, .3mm, .4mm .5mm, .6mm, .8mm, 1mm, 1.2mm

Made in USA by Micro Swiss

Fits
  • FlashForge Finder 
  • FlashForge Inventor 2
  • FlashForge Guider 2 Standard Hotend *Will NOT fit HT Hotend
  • FlashForge Guider 2S Standard Hotend *Will NOT fit HT Hotend
  • Dremel 3D40 Idea Builder
    What's in the box
    • 1 Plated Brass Wear Resistant Nozzle
    • 1 Thermal Tube
    • 2 Jam Nuts (To aid in removing old hotend)
    Installation

    Installation Instructions - Video

    Extra Nozzles

    Brass Plated MK10 All Metal Nozzles

    A2 Hardened tool steel MK10 All Metal nozzles

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 9 reviews
    33%
    (3)
    22%
    (2)
    11%
    (1)
    11%
    (1)
    22%
    (2)
    A
    Akira
    Does not fit

    Piece of shit product that does not fit inside the heatsink. Guider 2s has a medal tube where the bowden tube sits. So you have to either drill out the tube, or order a whole new heatsink from the piece of shit company

    J
    James Harrott
    Works well, but its too long

    Works well but its too long and my nozzle hits the table before my probe arm does.

    B
    Ben
    Finder/Guider 2S

    The Finders all metal hot end works great however this is not the same hot end as the Guider 2S. The FlashForge Guider 2S uses the same hot end assembly as the Dremel Digilab 3D45 3D printer. I hope they update the information at some point as well as add the right hot end assembly since I'd like to change my hot end on my Guider 2S other then that it is a all around great upgrade some say that they don't work well with PLA however with over 5000 prints on my finder and the assembly I have had no issues to report and have already purchased a assembly for my Ender 3 Pro to upgrade as well.

    C
    Chris Bannerman
    Great for everything except PLA

    I use the all metal nozzle/heatbreak system on a Flashforge Guider II and it prints brilliantly with all materials (PETG, ABS, Nylon, Polycarbonate, ASA) except PLA. As mentioned in other reviews it invariably clogs when using PLA. I have an identical Guider II set up with the standard bowden tube leading into a Microswoss nozzle and it prints PLA fine.

    S
    Sebastien Rose
    Good for a little while

    Bought to upgrade a Flashforge Finder.

    I has helped with print quality and extruder temoerature is around 10°C less than the PFTE lined tube in the original hot end.

    I have found that the MicroSwiss hotend clogs more easily however, especially with higher retraction settings, sometimes necessary for more complicated structures.

    After 3 months, I had a seriously bad blockage in the tube section, heating it up to 240°C would not shift it! Tried ramming it with a rod, but it wouldn't budge, tried a drill, and got some of it out, then the drill snapped. Whilst taking the hot end out of the block, the hot end came apart into another screwed section near the heat break. Now I am unable to remove it from the heatsink and tube.

    I ended replacing the extruder assembly, because once this hot end blocks, it is almost impossible to remove it.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 9 reviews
    33%
    (3)
    22%
    (2)
    11%
    (1)
    11%
    (1)
    22%
    (2)
    A
    Akira
    Does not fit

    Piece of shit product that does not fit inside the heatsink. Guider 2s has a medal tube where the bowden tube sits. So you have to either drill out the tube, or order a whole new heatsink from the piece of shit company

    J
    James Harrott
    Works well, but its too long

    Works well but its too long and my nozzle hits the table before my probe arm does.

    B
    Ben
    Finder/Guider 2S

    The Finders all metal hot end works great however this is not the same hot end as the Guider 2S. The FlashForge Guider 2S uses the same hot end assembly as the Dremel Digilab 3D45 3D printer. I hope they update the information at some point as well as add the right hot end assembly since I'd like to change my hot end on my Guider 2S other then that it is a all around great upgrade some say that they don't work well with PLA however with over 5000 prints on my finder and the assembly I have had no issues to report and have already purchased a assembly for my Ender 3 Pro to upgrade as well.

    C
    Chris Bannerman
    Great for everything except PLA

    I use the all metal nozzle/heatbreak system on a Flashforge Guider II and it prints brilliantly with all materials (PETG, ABS, Nylon, Polycarbonate, ASA) except PLA. As mentioned in other reviews it invariably clogs when using PLA. I have an identical Guider II set up with the standard bowden tube leading into a Microswoss nozzle and it prints PLA fine.

    S
    Sebastien Rose
    Good for a little while

    Bought to upgrade a Flashforge Finder.

    I has helped with print quality and extruder temoerature is around 10°C less than the PFTE lined tube in the original hot end.

    I have found that the MicroSwiss hotend clogs more easily however, especially with higher retraction settings, sometimes necessary for more complicated structures.

    After 3 months, I had a seriously bad blockage in the tube section, heating it up to 240°C would not shift it! Tried ramming it with a rod, but it wouldn't budge, tried a drill, and got some of it out, then the drill snapped. Whilst taking the hot end out of the block, the hot end came apart into another screwed section near the heat break. Now I am unable to remove it from the heatsink and tube.

    I ended replacing the extruder assembly, because once this hot end blocks, it is almost impossible to remove it.

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