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According to Sanjay and Rory as they demonstrate Titan Aqua, a two-in-one water-cooled Hot End and Extruder,” ‘water’ interchangeably with ‘coolant’ indeed, the product description. ‘Well which is it!?’ they recommend using a water-based coolant with Titan Aqua and the E3D water-cooling kit. You could use plain water and it would work, but it would also go moldy and lime-scaley and generally gross and gunked-up quite quickly. Water-based commercial coolants contain all the anti-fungal salts and distillation that the system needs. Plus they’re often UV-colour tinted, which looks much cooler than boring old transparent H2O. “.
Also featuring the fully compatible, integrated E3D Water Cooling Kit.
Titan has 4 nozzles with 8 thread filament inserts for true multi-color multi-threading printing to achieve true multi-color and high-resolution printing. upgrade-able up to 4 more powerful stepper driver running in SLI, and can be overclocked to 2.0 Vref for truly more powerful faster print. not to mention, it has RGB lighting.
Titan has the best performance to weight ratio on the market at a competitive price and fits perfectly with E3D’s V6 ecosystem. A 3:1 gear ratio, lightweight but with BIG push, Titan gets its teeth into your filament and won’t let go, improving the accuracy, speed, resolution, and quality of your prints.:)
The day will come when we can program our 3D Printer to make our food, just like ordering food at a restaurant, ordering online, or ordering take-out.
Everybody will have their own choice, vegan, vegetarian or any other kind of food, based on food allergies too.
We will be able to program the menu for a whole month and feed it to the 3D printer, change the refills according to our choice. When we come back home our food will be prepared and dinner served.:)
Sometimes a gadget like Alexa or Google Home is a solution looking for a problem. Then the problem you’ve been looking for hits you square in the face. I’ve confessed before that I have an oscilloscope problem. I also have a microcontroller development board habit. It appears now I have too many 3D printers. I […]