E3D Revo™ Voron LDO Special Edition RapidChange Hot End (Revo Voron) 24V


Style: Limited Edition Space Grey Heatsink
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Description

 

This is a special edition offered exclusively by LDO Motors. You get a signature color heatsink, with both a .4mm and .6mm nozzle included!

If you need more nozzles you can them here.

 Remember to check under the plastic liner for additional cables contained with the hot end.

E3D developed this Revo-compatible cold side in collaboration with Team Voron. It’s intended for use with the Voron StealthBurner, which includes an integrated cold side fan. It’s compatible with our Revo ecosystem, so you can change nozzle size without tools or hot tightening using just your fingers.

  • Uses Revo Nozzles – change nozzles cold, no tools, no hot tightening
  • Works with a Revo HeaterCore for faster heat-ups
  • Rigid mounting using 4 x M3 x 0.5 bolts
  • Ultra-lightweight construction for improved speed performance
  • Ideal HotEnd for Voron StealthBurner
  • Heatsink is licensed under GPL V3
  • Compatible with Voron Afterburner/Stealthburner, Legacy, Switchwire, Trident, Voron 0, Voron 1, Voron 2

Ready for Revo. A groove at the bottom of the sink accepts a Revo HeaterCore spring. It’s compatible with our Revo ecosystem, so you can change nozzle without tools or hot tightening using just your fingers.

Complements your Voron. Includes an anodised red aluminium heatsink to complement your Voron accented parts.

Rigid mounting. This is a rigid mounted design that uses four M3 x 0.5 bolts to secure to your Voron 3D printer.

Open-source design. We’ve made this cold side (everything above the HeaterCore, including the receptacle for the Revo Nozzle) open hardware licensed under the GPL V3. This means if you have an alternative design for this, you are able to work with it.

See it in action:

 

Please note:

- For full mounting instructions and STL files for Voron printed parts visit: https://docs.vorondesign.com/ 

- You may need to adjust your Z offset when changing nozzles.

 

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