Anyone who has worked with a 3D printer understands the struggle of dealing with watching a print suddenly and without warning fail right before your eyes. Be it a slightly out of alignment axis, incorrect printing temperature, flawed g code or the looming and inevitable filament jam in the hot end, it is never fun watching hours of work explode into a mess of wasted filament. Not only is your time valuable, but let’s be real, 3D printing filament is not cheap.
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OPAM Hot End
This is an introduction video of the OPAM (One Piece All Metal) Hot End. It is designed to extrude 3D filaments at temperatures of up to 350°C. It is capable of printing ABS, PLA, PC-ABS and much more!