LulzBot TAZ Single Extruder Tool Head v2c, 0.35mm Nozzle
The new LulzBot TAZ Single Extruder Tool Head v2 has arrived. Built with an all metal LulzBot Hexagon Hot End, this tool head is capable of heating up to to 300°C (572°F), so it easily handles standard filaments like HIPS, PLA, and ABS, as well as advanced filaments including heavy duty nylon, T-Glase, and polycarbonate, and aesthetic varieties of wood- and stone-like filaments.
Like all LulzBot tool heads, this uses an open (non-proprietary) filament format, which means you can stay on the cutting edge of the 3D printing industry and adopt new materials as they become available. This 3D printer single extruder also includes two fans, one for the heat sink and one for the nozzle to help achieve fine detail with certain materials.Product Alert (2)
- Compatibility Alert!
This 3D printer single extruder may require replacing your existing tool head harness on the LulzBot TAZ. See this page for more information.
NO LONGER AVAILABLE IN CERTAIN MARKETS.
This item is no longer in production and is only available while supplies last. Refunds or exchanges will not be available.
Find the latest generation of LulzBot Tool Heads for your LulzBot 3D Printer at LulzBot.com/ToolHeads
This versatile tool head is available as a replacement or backup for the LulzBot TAZ 5, or as an upgrade for owners of the TAZ 4.
Developed in partnership with RepRap Discount and the Open Source Hardware community, this tool head has undergone countless hours of testing and is ready for you to put it to work. You will be glad you made the upgrade, too! We are proud to say this is the most reliable tool head we've ever produced.
- Parts & Specifications
LulzBot TAZ Single Extruder Tool Head v2 (Fully Assembled)
Wade's Accessible Extruder
LulzBot TAZ Extruder Mount
Required filament diameter: 3mm
Nozzle diameter: 0.35mm or 0.5mm
Hot end temperature range: 120°C - 300°C
Required power supply: 24 volts
Fans: Heat sink and nozzle fans included
- Resources & Documentation
See the upgrade process for a LulzBot TAZ 4 by James Bruton of XRobots