LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder Tool Head v2
Unleash your creativity with the new and improved LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder Tool Head v2! This expert-level accessory enables multi-colored, or multi-material, 3D printed objects. Use the secondary tool head to 3D print objects with complex geometries using popular support materials, like HIPS or water-soluble PVA, to clear away support material from overhangs and cavities.Product Alert (1)
The LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder v2 Tool Head is not being restocked and availability is limited to quantity on hand.
This accessory may require replacing your existing tool head harness on the LulzBot TAZ. See this page for more information.
The new LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder Tool Head v2 features the popular LulzBot Hexagon Hot End. The hot end's all-metal construction raises the maximum extrusion temperature to 300°C, allowing you to print with even more types of specialty 3D printing filament.
Further upgrades include a precision machined aluminum extruder mounting plate for easier setup and a more reliable experience, print after print.
Expand your capabilities by using the second extruder for HIPS or PVA support material. After printing your object with HIPS support material, pull it away to reveal your part. For more complex parts, or for objects with hard to reach internally supported areas, use water-soluble PVA filament. Once 3D printed, soak the object and wash away the support material.
- Parts & Specifications
LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder Tool Head v2 (Fully Assembled)
Wade's Accessible Extruder
LulzBot® TAZ Extruder Mount
Required filament diameter: 3mm
Hot end temperature range: 120°C - 300°C
Nozzle diameters: 0.5mm
Required power system: 24v
Fans: Heat sink and nozzle fans included
Weight: 1.16 kg (2.56 lb)
- Resources & Documentation
3D Model Attribution
LULZBOT_keychain by Aleph Objects, Inc is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
Spacetopus by Aleph Objects, Inc is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license and was remixed from work by Kent Johnson and sommermichel.