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Nozzel Size
#1
Aha, got me printer working again, turned out it wasnt the psu that was dead but the cartridge heater that had shorted out, causing the psu to shut down :angry: This does seem like a weak point in the system!

Anyhow, I was looking through some of the adds on ebay, mostly at the replacement print heads and noticed that they come with a variety of nozzel sizes, 0.2, 0.3 etc. Is there any benefit or drawback to using a nozzel size other than our standard 0.4?
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Smaller=slower and finer detail.
Larger =a bit quicker and slightly less detail.

No, its really not THAT simple - but it gives you a general idea. IMO, the .4 nozzle is really a good compromise overall.

Sorry, cant answer more without knowing the details of your printer.

Kieth
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