I will be updating this thread with the assembly progress of a Trianglelab’s clone BGM extruder and Trianglelab’s clone Mosquito hotend along with @Agniusm’s cable management solution. I plan to use this on an ender3 but no reason it can’t be modified to work with existing setup. I have made a similar thread before but that using BMG+E3DV6 and can be found here.
What’s so special about this setup
All metal hotend, plated copper heatblock and nozzle so can go up to 450C. Will let you print engineering grade materials with ease.
The mosquito style hotend makes sure that the heatblock stays in place when changing nozzle, thereby adding convenience and avoiding twisting of heater cartridge and Thermocouple wires.
Shortest filament path with my bracket which helps with flexible material and reduces oozing.
Wire management and swapping out components is going to be very easy with Agnius’s setup.
Following this thread. Almost finished the huge print thread, started like 3 days ago! Y’all helped me so much. Have a prusa and can confirm dd is the absolute best. But might need to add some ender love to the lineup…
So weird but my CR-10s pro fan does not fit for this fan duct thing. I think I’m just gonna tape it up for now to prevent air leakage. All I gotta do now is attach the connector to the stepper motor and I should be all set to install the extruder…
@mishrasubhransu@Venom121212 Finally put it all together. However I’m having serious issues with bed leveling. It doesn’t seem to be consistent AT ALL. The inductive sensor isn’t vertically straight and it’s giving me a lot of problems. I think I’m going to add a shim or a collar to attempt to make it straight up and down. and I also think the bracket shifted essentially everything over to the left about 5 mm or so and maybe that’s another reason why it’s having a lot of issues leveling the left side. It’s not directly on top of the print bed.
I wish I can say I’ll just upgrade to the BLtouch, but it’s not guaranteed it’ll solve the issue aaaaaand I’d need to print a bracket for that which I can’t