Convert the TAZ4 filament extruder from 3mm diameter to 1.75mm.
Let your lulzbot TAZ4 print in all the different 1.75mm filaments!
3mm vs 1.75mm
Apart from being very similar, there’s three minor advantages to printing with one over the other. Our main reasoning was we have lots of spools of 1.75mm filament!
• 1.75mm filament is quicker to heat up.
• Requires less pressure to feed.
• Prints higher resolution on smaller parts.
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