The aluminum melt block transfer heat very quickly to the nozzle for an efficient and very fast printing speed. Furthermore, the long melt zone can handle very high filament feed without any trouble.
Titanium Transition Tube
A titanium alloy has been meticulously chosen to provide both stiffness and low thermal conductivity, limiting heat losses to the cold side.
The high temperature sensor used inside the DyzEnd-X enable precise readings up to 500°C. Any thermoplastics can be used with the DyzEnd-X.
All Metal Melt Zone
The heated zone is made entirely from metals which can withstand very high temperature before losing mechanical properties. Even the sensors and heaters are protected by high temperature resistant sleeves.
Metal Reduction Gears
The DyzeXtruder GT has a 5.65 : 1 gear ratio. This ratio has been chosen to use the full potential of a very small motor while, enabling very high pushing forces.
The gears are custom made from high strength hardened steel and brass. This combination allows low friction operations and a longer life. The gears and bearings are designed to last for hundreds of kilograms in extreme conditions.
Spring tension is a key factor to a good and reliable extruder. Having the ability to adjust the tension present several challenge.
Applying too little pressure causes the filament to grind before the motor reaches its full potential. However, applying too much pressure causes the motor struggles against friction, inducing filament deformation, and losing torque that would otherwise be available to push the filament.
Adjusting the pressure from a spool to another can also yield inconsistent results.
The dual-pinch system allows a higher pushing force with a lower filament pressure. It reduces the risk of flattening the filament when highly detailed prints require a lot of retractions.