Micro Swiss Direct Drive Extruder for ExoSlide System

$ 99.75
SKU M2607
Hotend Option

Micro Swiss Direct Drive Extruder configured for ExoSlide System.

  • No modification required, simple plug and play
  • No printed brackets or sandwiches

Features:

  • Dual-drive train
  • Hardened tool steel, CNC precision cut gears
  • Adjustable filament grip
  • Easy filament loading
  • Short, highly constrained filament path
  • Prints flexible filaments with high speed and accuracy
  • Outstanding extrusion control
  • Lightweight aluminum body


Fits
  • Printers with ExoSlide System
What's in the box
  • Stepper motor, Linear Rail and Carriage Block are NOT included
  • 1x Micro Swiss All Metal Hotend (If option selected)
  • 1x Main Extruder body
  • 1x Extruder Lever
  • 1x Spring Pin
  • 1x Spring
  • 2x Gears
  • 1x Tension Knob
  • 1x Shoulder Pin
  • 1x Extension Cable
  • 3x M3 x .5 x 6mm Motor Mounting Screws
  • 2x M4 x .7 x 16mm ExoSlide mounting screws
  • 2x M3 x .5 x 10mm Screws
  • 2x M3 x .5 Nuts
  • 5x Zip Ties
  • 1x Printed Bracket
  • 1x Beveled Capricorn Liner

    Installation

    Instructions Instructions - PDF

    Instructions Instructions By Daniel at ModBot - Video

    Extra Nozzles

    Brass Plated MK8 Nozzles

    A2 Hardened tool steel MK8 nozzles

    M2 Hardened High Speed Steel Nozzle MK8 nozzles

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 3 reviews
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      Yazeed
      As expected

      I already have MSDD for my Ender 5 then I switched to this one for my Exoslide setup. Everything works great as expected with tight fit.

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      Tinieblas Gonzalez
      It could be great, but ...

      I love the design, it could be comparable to Hemera if it weren't for the fact that it doesn't have the precision that the filament requires. What is this gigantic problem? The Motor Gear. It only has one thread for one screw (this should have two or one that will hold well). So small and delicate that it does not hold the gear well to the motor. That translates to extrusion problems. No matter how calibrated you have the stepper motor, it will not work properly. The other problem with the same piece is the teeth. Without filament they fit perfectly with each other. With a 1.75 filament it is quite another matter. As much as you press, the separation of the teeth of the gears is very large, that produces the annoying and imprecise ghostling and ringing.

      Sirs of Micro Swiss, fix that and sell the spare parts so we can print decently. Since for the price (without Nema 17 which is not included) it is unfortunate that something like this happens. I'm about to return the entire kit. I'm desperate.

      We upgrade printers to print better, not worse.

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      ronald schoneveld
      A real quality design!

      I love the design! It is simple and functional and made of quality materials. The installation was easy except for 1 issue which made me decide for four stars and not 5.

      Before with my DIY direct drive and cooling mods I had a big weight hanging in front of the gantry. During printing and direction change you saw it moving up en down which came back in the prints. With this well-thought solution the E-stepper motor (weight) is central above the gantry and the whole construction is much more stable and rigid. Also the double geared extruder wheels seem to do there work very well. My first small prints look very good (even though I forgot to run the gcode with the e-step adjustment). I am looking forward to increase the print speed and see where the "ringing" begins.
      BTW experiments with several part cooling solutions also made me decide to now change to a much simpler/smaller/lighter -almost standard- cooling solution that allows me to do 65degree overhang w/o support. So this also helped with lowering the forward weight.

      The one issue I had concerns the bowden tube retaining clip. During first two prints the capricorn bowden tube was pulled through the retaining clip and in to the gear wheels. I have now sharpened the ends of the retaining clip with a file and hope that this is a good enough solution to hold the tube in place. It did the next print so I am hopeful.

      Anyway, overall I am very happy with this excellent part :)

      cheers

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