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In my continuing series of Mekanism V9 spotlights, I bring you an in-depth look at the thermal evaporation towers. We go over the new mechanics and the new heating options.
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After shooting his previous, failure-ridden video about taking apart and cleaning the Ultimaker 2 nozzle, Aaron discovered another method that was far simpler. There’s an easy-to-miss hole in the top of the hot-end assembly that provides access to the set screw holding the temperature sensor and heating cartridge in place.
Also, in order to unscrew the nozzle, you’ll need a way to hold the hot-end isolator nut (http://fbrc8.com/collections/ultimaker-2-spare-parts/products/hot-end-isolator-1) in place.
What you’ll need:
- An Ultimaker 2 3D printer (https://ultimaker.com/en/products/ultimaker-2)
- 2mm and 1.5mm Allen hex wrenches
- Needle-nose pliers
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