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LulzBot TAZ MOARstruder Tool Head

SKU: CE04646

$575.00 AUD, inc GST
$522.73 AUD, exc GST

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LulzBot TAZ MOARstruder Tool Head
575 AUD

SKU: CE04646

$575.00 AUD, inc GST
$522.73 AUD, exc GST
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In stock, ships today if ordered before 2PM
Delivered by Mon, 28th of Aug

We've got single, dual, flexy and dual flexxy extruders in our Lulzbot tool head arsenal. This particular tool head is designed to print MOAR material, and do it faster. It boasts a larger heater block, two print cooling fans and a 1.2mm nozzle that make layer heights > 0.3mm a breeze. The MOARstruder from Lulzbot was designed to make rapid prototyping reliable and fast and could be the perfect addition to your 3D printer!

Works out of the box with: LulzBot TAZ 6

Compatibility Alert! 

TAZ 5 users with a tool head wiring harness with four (4) connectors will need an additional accessory: LulzBot TAZ 5 v2c Tool Head Harness. If you need this tool head, get in touch with us and we can get it in for you.

Features

As this tool head has a 1.2mm nozzle alongside its extra long heater block; it can easily extrude much larger quantities of filaments. Don't let that claim be unsubstantiated, the improved 3D printing rate is measured as more than 100 grams per hour or -- a kilogram in 10 hours, and over 2.27 kilograms of the filament in a 24 hour period. You might need to pick up some more filaments for MOAR printing!

Lulzbot listens to the community too! The tool head mount and idler latch have both been redesigned to improve durability!

The LulzBot TAZ MOARstruder Tool Head can extrude more filament, faster than any other tool head and that makes it perfect for large, full-build volume prints. 

Layer heights of 0.3 mm to 1.2 mm are a breeze, and look great with this tool head.  Thicker extrusion widths and larger layer heights make your prints stronger too! Larger layer heights also mean that transparent filaments keep their transparency too, so INOVA-1800 and T-Glase filaments keep their shine.

Parts Included

LulzBot TAZ MOARstruder Tool Head v2 (Fully Assembled)
Wade's Accessible Extruder
LulzBot TAZ Extruder Mount
t-glase sample material for first print
M3 mounting screw, 20 mm (0.79 in) long, with washer

Specifications

Required filament diameter: 3 mm
Hot end temperature range: 120°C - 300°C
Recommended Layer Heights: 0.3 mm (0.01 in) - 1.2 mm (0.05 in)
Nozzle diameter: 1.2 mm
Required power system: 24 V
Fans: Heat sink and dual print-cooling fans included

Recommended Filament for Large Scale Objects

  • The following filament options work well at large, full build volume-scales.
  • INOVA-1800
  • nGen
  • PLA
  • PolyLite PLA
  • t-glase

Discouraged Filament for Large Scale Objects

Avoid using the following filament when printing at larger scales, due to shrinking or warping when printed.

  • ABS
  • colorFabb_HT
  • HIPS
  • Nylon Alloy 910
  • Polycarbonate
  • PC-Max (Larger prints may crack)
  • PCTPE (Avoid older, moisture-laden filament)

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Customer Reviews

  1. Review by james verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    A great addition to the Taz 6 allowing for larger prints to be finished faster and at a decent quality. Worked straight out of the box with a simple Cura and firmware update. The only down side is goes through filament significantly faster than the standard tool head so make sure to stock up. (Posted on 12/02/2017)

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