A direct drive extruder for the UM2 using a PG35L Nema 17 geared motor. It’s light, it’s super quiet, and best of all… it prints Ninjaflex! With a 1.75 filament setup, flexible filament would not print on my bowden-based extruders… so this direct drive system was born.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1102900
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