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*E3D Dual Extrusion

$179.00 - $199.00
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Interested in experimenting with multi-material prints? Chimera+ is a two filament, two nozzle HotEnd. A versatile dual extrusion system that can print two different filament types in one print.

Interested in dual colour printing? Cyclops is E3D's 2 filament, 1 nozzle, dual colour HotEnd? The use of a single nozzle makes bed levelling simple compared to dual nozzle setups.

Compatibility 

Chimera+ is compatible with the E3D ecosystem, meaning you can upgrade your setup to your desired specifications. Choose from our range of heater blocks, temperature sensors, heater cartridges and nozzles.

Cyclops+ maintains compatibility with the Cyclops nozzles and heatbreaks, however, it uses its own unique heater block and nozzle.

Multimaterial 

The use of two independently temperature-controlled heater blocks allows the possibility of printing two different filament types at once. For example, you can print with two different coloured PLA filaments at once for dual coloured prints. Or you can use two different filament types such as PLA and a PVA support material for complex shapes with cleaner support removal.

Water cooling 

The water-cooled variant of Chimera + is useful for heated build chambers where air cooling is not suitable i.e. ambient temperatures more than 40°C. This makes Chimera + one of our most versatile HotEnds, enabling high-temperature printing of materials such as PEEK with a suitable high-temperature support material.

Cyclops + can be used with an exceptionally light-weight, effective water-cooled heatsink, compatible with the E3D water-cooling kit and nylon tubing.

Please note the Cyclops + is only suitable for printing two of the same filament types i.e a green PLA and a blue PLA. If you are interested in printing two different materials, check out either the Chimera + or the ToolChanger.

Key features:

  • Water-cooled or air-cooled
  • Multi-material printing (Chimera+)
  • Multi-colour printing (Cyclops+)
  • Maximum temperature: 285°C
  • E3D ecosystem compatible (Chimera+)

Kit includes:

Chimera:

  • 1 x Air-cooled HeatSink or Water-cooled HeatSink 
  • 2 x Collet or 4 x Collet
  • 2 x Collet clip or 4 x Collet clip
  • 1 x Cyclops+ fixings kit 
  • 2 x PTFE tube 800 mm 
  • 1 x 30 x 30 x 10 mm 12V or 24V 
  • 2 x V6 Silicone socks 
  • 2 x Brass nozzles 0.4 mm 1.75 mm 
  • 2 x V6 aluminum Heater Blocks 
  • 2 x V6 fixings kits 
  • 2 x 30W heater cartridge 12V or 24V
  • 2 x Thermistor cartridge 
  • 2 x Thermistor extension cable

Cyclops:

  • 1 x Air-cooled HeatSink or Water-cooled HeatSink
  • 2 x Collet
  • 2 x Collet clip
  • 1 x Cyclops+ fixings kit
  • 2 x 800mm PTFE tube 
  • 1 x 30 x 30 x 10 mm fan 12V or 24V Air-cooled only
  • 1 x Thermal paste
  • 1 x 0.4 mm Cyclops nozzle
  • 1 x Cyclops Heater block 
  • 1 x Thermistor cartridge 
  • 1 x Thermistor extension cable 
  • 2 x Cyclops HeatBreak 
  • 1 x Cyclops+ Hotside fixings kit 
  • 1 x 30W Heater cartridge 12V or 24V 

Documentation:

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SKU: MULTI-E3D

Reviews

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Avoid like the PLAGUE.

1/5
Product: Cyclops+ 24V (Air-cooled) Had back backflow problem where one side would back up into the other and clog on every print attempt.....fixed the backflow by manually priming both sides, but still underextrudes. Esteps are calibrated, so bottleneck is the Cyclops mixing chamber....cleaned it out multiple times, works for a bit, then extrusion slows down again and I'm back where I started. I've been at this for two weeks, multiple hours a day. Complete waste of my time and money. Put stock hotend back on so I can at least use my printer. And in case of the inevitable "It's a poor craftsman who blames his tools"-type comment, I've done extensive upgrades to 4 other printers, built a MPCNC and tuned all these devices, so I'm not a novice. If the Cyclops requires all that fiddling for every print just to avoid clogs, it's not worth my time....maybe someone local will want to tinker with it and I can get a fraction of my wasted money back.
Posted by Shawn Bremaud, October 28, 2019