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*E3D Titan Aero - Assembly - 1.75mm

$159.00
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No motor included. 

Looking for a direct drive upgrade for your 3D printer? Titan Aero is a compact direct drive HotEnd and extruder combination. It takes the lightweight performance, reliability and usability of the V6 and Titan creating a more compact and refined unit.

Compact & Rigid

By combining the V6 and Titan into a single unit, Titan Aero results in a compact extrusion system, offering you an extra 25mm of Z-axis build height in comparison to the V6 and Titan combination in a direct drive setup.

Compact in this case also means rigid. The shorter overall length with an integrated sink means Titan Aero can cope with the knocks and bumps associated with the fastest of 3D printers.

Great for flexibles

By having a short, well-constrained filament path there is less room for filament to bend, buckle and jam, meaning Titan Aero is suitable for printing flexible filaments such as TPU with conservative speeds.

All-metal design

Titan Aero is built around the E3D V6 all-metal design, allowing you to reliably 3D print any filament up to 285°C as standard. For more information regarding maximum temperature ratings and upgrade options please see.

Modular Ecosystem compatibility

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

Easy to install, Easy to use

Titan Aero is mounted based on the standard NEMA 17 hole pattern. This provides the ability for it to be fitted to a wide range of 3D printers, making it straightforward to design custom mounting solutions for your setup. 

Alternatively, due to fantastic community support, there are many pre-designed mounts available on file-sharing platforms such as thingiverse.com for the most common printers on the market.

By using Titan’s custom engineering and rigorously tested extrusion system, Aero is highly reliable and retains all the smart usability features. It’s a breeze to load and unload filament, manually extrude, adjust idler tension, and clean out debris from the hobb.

The use of Titan’s 3:1 gearing ratio pairs it perfectly with the compact but powerful motor, making for a lighter weight carriage whilst maintaining reliability and pushing power.

Key features:

  • Direct drive
  • Maximum printing temperature: 285ºC
  • All metal heatbreak 
  • 3:1 gearing ratio
  • Ecosystem compatible

Kit includes:

  • 1 Titan Aero HeatSink 1.75 mm Standard or mirrored 
  • 1 Titan main body standard or mirrored 
  • 1 Titan Hobb stainless steel 
  • 1 Titan extruder fixings bag
  • 1 Titan Aero Fan fixings bag
  • 1 40 x 40 x 10 Fan 12V or 24V
  • 1 V6 aluminium HeaterBlock
  • 1 V6 brass nozzle 1.75 mm or 0.4mm 
  • 1 Stainless steel HeatBreak 1.75mm
  • 1 Idler lever
  • 1 Thermal paste 
  • 1 PTFE tube 100mm 1.75mm
  • 1 Thermistor catridge 
  • 1 Thermistor extension cable 
  • 1 30W heater cartridge 12V or 24V

Documentation:

Buy an E3D Titan AERO Extruder Assembly from Spool3D for your 3D printer in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!

SKU: TITAN-AERO-TT-175-##V

Reviews

4 out of 5 (based on 5 ratings)
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Good Extrusion - lacking install Instructions

4/5
Strike 1: Aero shipped with a bushing while they sort out bearing issues....Strike 2: Turns out I needed 2mm motor mount spacer for the extruder to align properly to my FT-5 Nema17 motor....no mention of this I could find....had to figure it out :( Found a part on thingiverse https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1549807 Finally though I have a usable printer! Thanks Spool3D!!
Posted by undefined, March 02, 2018

Poor quality control

2/5
Surprisingly the Titan Aero was a disappointment. The main cog wheel was misaligned, the bearings both would seize on occasion. According to E3D website these are known issues and they are "working on it". Then after finally replacing the bearings and realigning the cog, I broke my heat break trying to clear out one of many Jams. Still once I fixed all the problems, it seemed to work great (except for the jams during a filament change)
Posted by david Archibald, January 30, 2018

Its OK

3/5
Cool hotend assembly, that may work great. However it is terribly machined. No matter what i do the filament nub gear will not align with the tension arm hole leading to it jamming constantly. This seems to be a known issue with these. Sadly its not worth the money seeing its random if you get an assembly that fits together properly.
Posted by justin, January 08, 2018

Comes with everything you need for a great extruder.

5/5
Don't forget that you'll need a spacer/mount. Some assembly required.
Posted by undefined, June 26, 2017

Great Upgrade

5/5
Print quality has improved dramatically, prints flexible filament perfectly. It should come with a generic mounting bracket. Installation missing one critical pc of info.
Posted by brian , June 14, 2017