Bondtech - Creality CR-10/Ender 3 Kit

$105.00 - $115.00

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Bondtech upgrade kit for Creality CR-10.

This kit provides a high-performance material feeding system with the ability to print faster with improved quality. The adjustable thumbscrew allows you to fine-tune the force acting on the filament.

The housing parts are professionally SLS printed in polyamide for maximum strength and precision.

This extruder upgrade kit for the Creality CR10, CR10S, Ender, Tevo Tornado and other printers that uses the same type of mounting plate will replace the original feeder.

It allows for a more reliable printing with all sorts of filaments, both stiff and flexibles and the DualDrive system ensures that the extruder never looses grip of the filament so grinding, slipping is a thing of the past.

The bowden tube is securly held in place by the 4mm industry standard  integrated push-fit connector.

This kit comes in 3 versions. Without mount, with mount and with mount for a filament sensor.

E-steps needs to be updated to 415 and the rotation direction of the motor needs to be reversed, please see the installation guide of how to do it that you will find under the tab "Installation guide"

This kit contains no motor, the original motor is used.

This kit also fits the Tevo Tornado 3D printer, Creality Ender and similar.


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BMG Bontech Extruder Awesome Design with one Flaw

I LOve this Extruder ,it Does Not Skip but need to be adjusted Properly or you might have a clog of Filament right after the Gear if your nozzle Clog for some any reason.. I got that once and needed to drill it off … The Flaw I am talking about is the Fact that the Output Push fit connector can not be Replace unless you are willing to Pry it out and then Tap the Hole left after removal with a 1/8" n.p.t tap .. .so ya there you have a flaw imho
Posted by Pierre Gelinas, March 26, 2019