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E3D Revo Hemera XS

$219.00 - $289.00

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Revo Hemera XS is a compact dual-drive extrusion system. It’s 92g lighter and 11mm shorter than classic Hemera, so it can move faster on your 3D printer’s motion system with less inertia, reducing print artefacts such as ghosting. A specially designed heatsink makes it compatible with Revo Nozzles, and with the addition of a Hemera HeatBreak (sold separately) it works with the E3D V6 ecosystem, too.

Shorter and lighter. Revo Hemera XS is 92g lighter and 11mm shorter than classic Hemera. A custom stepper motor means it can move faster on your 3D printer’s motion system with less inertia than classic Hemera, reducing print artefacts such as ghosting. Its compact size also means it occupies less space inside your 3D printer’s build volume – useful for smaller 3D printers.

Capable with wide range of 3D printing filaments. Enjoy excellent performance with all 3D printing materials, particularly challenging materials like flexibles and abrasives. Enhanced extrusion and retraction control means you can 3D print soft flexibles with a shore hardness as low as 75A!

Backwards compatible. The heatsink geometry for Revo Hemera XS accepts Revo Nozzles as well as V6 nozzles with a Hemera HeatBreak (sold separately).

All the force you need. Revo Hemera XS has all the extrusion force you need to drive the entire E3D ecosystem, including high flow HotEnds like SuperVolcano and high flow Revo Nozzles (coming soon!)

Less likely to strip filament. In the event of a jam, the filament drive mechanism for Revo Hemera XS will stall instead of stripping filament, making it easier to recover and get 3D printing again.

Easy nozzle swaps with Revo. A variety of Revo Nozzles enhance the capabilities of your 3D printer without a difficult nozzle changing processes. Every Revo Nozzle can be changed by hand. No tools, no hot tightening.

Better safety. Power reduces to the Revo HeaterCore as it gets hotter, thanks to built-in PTC behaviour. This gives you greater protection against hazards caused by thermal runaways.

T-slot flat mounting. Our custom mounting system means a range of accessories can be mounted on this extrusion system, such as bed levelling probes, expansion boards, and more!

Just add a 3D printer. Everything you need to start 3D printing is in the box, including Revo Nozzles and a Revo HeaterCore. Just mount it to your 3D printer and you’re ready to go!

Key features:

  • Max temp: 300°C

  • Voltage 12V or 24V
  • Power: 40W
  • Filament diameter: 1.75mm
  • Nozzle type: RapidChange Revo 
  • Mounting system: T-slot
  • Step angle: 1.8°
  • Max rated current: 1.33A
  • Recommended current: 1.40 peak
  • Mass: 256.25g

Kit includes:

  • 1 x Hemera XS Assembly

  • 1 x Hemera fixings kit
  • 1 x 40 x 40 x 10 mm 12V or 24V Fan
  • 1 x Revo HeaterCore 12V or 24V
  • 1 x Revo HeaterCore spring
  • 1 x Extension cable kit

Single nozzle kit:

  • 1 x 0.40 Brass Revo Nozzle

Fully loaded nozzle kit:

  • 1 x 0.25, 0.40, 0.60 & 0.80 Brass Revo Nozzles

Buy an E3D Revo Hemera XS extruder kit from Spool3D for your 3D printer in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!



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hermera xs

Got my first clogged nozzle today, bc i forgot to turn on the fan. I checked a video to see how to unclog it and turns out its not too difficult. The nozzle didnt clog it was the teeth had chewed thru the filament melting it in place so gears couldnt turn. Once clear it was good to go. The screws holding the fan on, are not quit the right size and barely go in, so fan is a little loose. All in all compared to Dyze pro, its Revo is slightly better.
Posted by b, July 13, 2023

Hemera XS Revo

I got one of these to solve some issues with the stock setup on an Ender 6. This is not a drop in plug and play solution. You do need to solder some wires with the correct end and print a mounting plate but it worked great overall. Much more consistent prints with the quick change nozzles can’t be beat. Keeps up with the faster Ender 6 speeds no problem.
Posted by Rob Herman, May 24, 2023