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Micro Swiss Bowden Dual Gear Extruder

Original price $ 47.50 - Original price $ 47.50
Original price $ 47.50
$ 47.50
$ 47.50 - $ 47.50
Current price $ 47.50
SKU M2714

Micro Swiss Bowden Dual Gear Extruder

Micro Swiss Bowden Dual Gear Extruder features the same quality construction as our Direct Drive extruders. It is designed to be a bolt-on replacement to most of the Bowden extruder machines on the market.

Features:

  • Dual-drive train
  • Hardened tool steel, CNC precision cut gears
  • Adjustable filament grip
  • Easy filament loading
  • Outstanding extrusion control
  • E-steps value: 130

 

CNC Machined and Assembled in USA

Fits:
  • Bowden extruder machines
  • Ender 3, 5, 6, CR10, CR-10s Pro, CR-10S, CR6-SE, Tornado
  • Fits NEMA 17 size stepper motors

Printable Filament Runout Sensor Bracket Download Links:

 What's in the box
  • 1x - Reverse polarity cable
  • 3x - M3 x 8mm Motor Mounting Screws
  • 1x - Capricorn Liner
  • 1x - Spring Pin
  • 1x - Spring
  • 1x - Knob
  • 1x - Main Extruder body
  • 1x - E-Clip Retaining Ring
  • 1x - Motor Gear
  • 1x - Extruder Lever with gear
  • 1x - Printed Extruder Knob
  • 2x - Brass compression sleeve
  • 1x -1.5mm Allen wrench
  • 1x - Shoulder Pin
  • 1x - Compression nut

Customer Reviews

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Robert Schmidt
Simple yet effective

I have multiple Anycubic printers that I was not happy with the stock extruder. Having purchased the Duel Gear Extruder I have had no issues with my printers since. In fact, they print better than they ever did.

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Doug Oconnor
Extruder Upgrade Testing

This is the first dual gear that I have tested for my printers. In an effort to replace five of my Ender 3 printers I looked into using a dual gear bowden system.
The Micro Swiss came to my attention through several YouTube reviews, thank you Victor Bared, the tutorials and comments were very positive and so I have installed my first one. I was very impressed with the machining of the Extruder and the attention to details. The install went very well and the performance is top rate.
I did have an issue with the tightening of the Compression Sleeves on the Capricorn tube and had the tube pushed out several times during printing, ooops. It would be nice if a little more detailed instruction was given to the tightening procedure. In addition check and adjust the Extruder Stepper Motor Vref to ensure you have the proper drive current for this dual gear system YouTube has several good tutorials on this subject.
If you purchase one of these fine Extruders make sure to purchase a package of spare 4mm compression sleeves as they are a one time use item.
Over all this is a 5 star addition to my first printer and now lets print a while to see if this is the one for my other printers.
Regards
Doc'

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Jimmy Souillot
Great kit

I bought it to replace the extruder clamp from my CR6-SE and it works wonderfully, and even better than the original. I highly recommend it.

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Lou Oliva
Extruder

One of the best experiences I have when an Item does not work as intended and the company stood behind its name. I was asked to try a few things, all which made sense, and once those things didn't work I was sent a new extruder. Great experience and will look at Swiss Micro when purchasing items for my 3D printer before looking elsewhere.

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Squirrel&Stone
Ran into an issue that I can't solve at writing

I've bought two of these so far for my nearly stock Cr6SE's I have a direct drive on the other one. The installation on the first went absolutely seamless and it's back to printing like a good little workhorse, however on the second install for some unknown reason, when I set a file to print all it does, is retract the entire filament. I've calibrated the E-Steps, modified Cura, ensured that the installation was done correctly, and ensured that it will both load and unload filament to the proper amounts...I can not for the sanity of myself figure out what is going on with this machine. I can confirm that before switching the extruders it was printing as it should, this is the only modification done at this time, which would lead one to suspect that there is an issue with the extension cable or connectors.