Ever wanted to print multi-colored prints? What about multi-colored prints with different properties? With the LulzBot® TAZ FlexyDually Tool Head v2 you can do just that. Having the capability to print flexible and rigid materials will enable you to create truly unique 3D models. This expert-level tool head allows you to make living hinges, 3D printed-in-place gaskets and sealing surfaces, tires bonded to wheel hubs, wearables, and more all from your existing Lulzbot machine. All that's required to get up and running is a firmware flash and calibration and you'll be printing flexydually in no time!
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The new LulzBot TAZ® FlexyDually Tool Head v2 features two of the popular 0.5mm LulzBot Hexagon Hot End. The hot end's all-metal construction allows for maximum extrusion temperatures up to 300°C. This allows you to print with even more types of specialty 3D printing filament.
There's now a precision machined aluminum extruder mounting plate for an even easier setup and a more reliable experience, print after print.
NinjaFlex® and SemiFlex™ premium 3D printing filaments by NinjaTek bring outstanding strength and flexibility to 3D printed parts. They bond well to ABS for complex, multi-material objects.
We also have a range of Flexible TPU filaments available for printing with the FlexyDually
The tool head features a black (rigid) toolhead and a green (flexible) toolhead. It's recommended that you only print flexible materials from the green toolhead as the different properties of the rigid plastics can damage the flexy extruder.
LulzBot® TAZ FlexyDually Tool Head v2 (Fully Assembled)
Wade's Accessible Extruder
LulzBot® TAZ Extruder Mount
All required mounting hardware
Required filament diameter: 3mm
Hot end temperature range: 120°C - 300°C
Nozzle diameters: 0.6mm
Required power system: 24v
Using stiff, non-flexible filament with the green flexystruder is not advised as it can lead to premature extruder body wear and purging difficulty when switching between materials.
Fans: Heat sink and nozzle fans included
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Documentation and Resources:
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