Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)

Snapmaker Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module (VAT Incl.)

Regular price €699,00 Sale price €509,00
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Free shipping on orders over €99 and VAT included.

885 in stock

Order will be shipped in February, 2023. If your order includes other items, they will be shipped separately. Non pre-order items will be shipped within 1-3 business days.
 
Overall features:
• 3s Hot End Switch
• 300°C Dual Extrusion
• Soluble & Breakaway Supports
• Advanced Materials Printing
• 4-fan Cooling System
• Multi-sized Nozzle Compatibility
• Auto Levelling
• Intelligent Job Recovery
 
Compatibility:
• Snapmaker 2.0 A350T/A350/F350
• Snapmaker 2.0 A250T/A250/F250
• Snapmaker 2.0 A150
 
* 2 hot ends with 0.4 mm brass nozzles are included.
 

Two-year warranty included.

Snapmaker
Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module
Double the Fun
3s Hot End Auto Switch
300°C
Dual Extrusion
Advanced
Materials Printing
4-fan
Cooling System
Auto
Levelling
Soluble &
Breakaway Supports

10+ Combo of Materials

Dual extrusion is an acquired taste, one you will stick to once learned, because there are some things in 3D printing that a single hot end just doesn't quite cut it. A sophisticated print with fine details. A gadget that combines PLA and TPU. A dual color little thing that your kid has been dying to have.

PVA

Breakaway PLA

We all know what a pain removing support materials can be. Don't let it ruin your fun. Throw in a spool of water soluble PVA filament and watch your print emerge from water like the beauty it's meant to be. You can do the same with HIPS and breakaway support, with a little help of oil or none.

Multi-color Printing

People say less is more because less gives you style. But come on, who likes the monotonous when you have the colorful? A zebra printed black is just a lifeless toy, but it will spring to life when it's printed in black and glaring white. Give your prints a life, depth, and above all, meaning, with dual extrusion.

Quick-swap Hot Ends

Plus, with the hot end easily removable in 5 seconds, engineering materials such as PA-CF, PA-GF can be added to the picture as well. Luban will automatically recognize the hot end you use, and get printing parameters ready for use.[1]

All the Gears and Ideas

What about print quality, you might ask. Let's first add this up: stepper motor + planetary gear + dual extrusion gears for each hot end = ?

The 7.5:1 planetary gears transmit power from the motor with much greater torque, which allows us to use relatively small motors to achieve needed pulling force. Shedding unnecessary weight will in turn results in a much smaller vibration of the toolhead at the same rate of acceleration, thus keeping the same printing precision as the single extrusion module.

Single Extrusion Module

Dual Extrusion Module

Meanwhile, the 68-teeth gears with a 12 mm diameter allow for sufficient contact surfaces with the filament they are pulling in, applying steady force so your filament won't come out of the nozzle all beaten up. So back to the question: what's the other end of the equation? The answer is flawless extrusion with 20 mm³/s flow rate and high quality results.

Wanna Print Non-stop? Keep It Cool.

Now the second pain other than removing support, has to be picking filament debris out from a jammed nozzle. Well, hopefully you won't have to deal with it for a long time with Dual Extrusion Module.

Each of your hot end has a dedicated fan blowing much needed wind from a blower, preventing your filament from melting prematurely in the heat sink which invariably ends up clogging the hot end.

Also, if you are still caught up on that time when your overhang failed miserably on you, worry no more, because your overhangs will be cool this time. Another set of fans are located at the bottom right and left. They will keep your nozzles and prints cool. So whether you are printing a bold overhang, or with ABS/PA, dive in head first; you can adjust the fan speed later[2].

Great Hot Ends Work Async

Another question to answer is how do 2 hot ends work on 1 toolhead, seeing as how time-consuming switching can be on other dual extrusion printers. Initially we thought, why not lift the toolhead up and bump it against a level and there your hot end goes. That is untill we were appalled by the thudding sound it makes every time one hot end needs to be switched to the other.
So the classy and efficient way to do it, we decided, is to switch with a motor. When your g-code tells the motor it's time to change the hot end, the motor will ask the linear rail to do the heavy lifting. Then the hot end gets changed, and the printing continues. This is done within 3 seconds, with a repeatability of 0.012 mm.

Get Smart with Various Nozzle Sizes[1]

To make smarter use of nozzles, you can tune your settings a bit more with each nozzle size in Luban. When you want a print with impeccable details, print the shell at a lower speed with the 0.2 mm-nozzle hot end, so it's not only sturdy but looks fine on the outside. And when you want speed for a model that's rich in support structure, print the infill with 0.6 or 0.8 mm-nozzle hot end, because they are way quicker.

Wall: 0.2 mm Nozzle
Infill: 0.4 mm Nozzle
Printing Time: About 9.5 h
Wall: 0.4 mm Nozzle
Infill: 0.4 mm Nozzle
Printing Time: About 8 h
Wall: 0.4 mm Nozzle
Infill: 0.8 mm Nozzle
Printing Time: About 7.5 h

Auto Levelling

Don't worry if you lose your calibration card because it's no longer needed. On your heated bed, from the first point to the last, the proximity sensor in the module obtains data for each of them and they will be automatically processed by the controller. No need to worry about Z height calibration either. Optoelectronic switch will do it for you.

Power-loss and Filament Run-out Recovery

In case you are wondering, power-loss and filament run-out recovery are also supported by Dual Extrusion Module. Follow the touchscreen and all manner of things shall be well.

Specifications

Dimensions (W × D × H)

108 mm × 70 mm × 133 mm

Package Dimensions (W × D × H)

279 mm × 254 mm × 177 mm

Frame Material

Aluminum alloy

Weight

1.0 kg

Package Weight

3.2 kg

A150 Build Volume (W × D × H)

135 mm × 140 mm × 110 mm (Dual/ Right Nozzle)
145 mm × 145 mm × 110 mm (Left Nozzle)

A250/A250T/F250 Build Volume (W × D × H)

220 mm × 235 mm × 210 mm

A350/A350T/F350 Build Volume (W × D × H)

310 mm × 325 mm × 290 mm (Dual Nozzle)
310 mm × 330 mm × 290 mm (Left/ Right Nozzle)

Flow

20 mm³/s

Nozzle Diameter (Standard)

0.4 mm

Nozzle Diameter (Optional)

0.2 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.8 mm

Nozzle Material (Standard)

Brass

Nozzle Material (Optional)

Hardened steel

Max. Nozzle Temperature

300°C

Max. Recommended Printing Speed

100 mm/s

Supported Materials[3]

PLA, ABS, ASA, PETG, TPU, Breakaway PLA, PVA, HIPS, Nylon, Carbon Fiber Reinforced Nylon, Glass Fiber Reinforced Nylon

Supplied Software

Snapmaker Luban (Third-party software supported)

Input Voltage

24V DC

Operating Temperature

15°C–30°C

Supported File Formats

stl, obj

In the Box

Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module × 1

Quick Start Guide × 1

Filament Holder Sheet × 1

Filament Holder Cap × 1

Filament Holder Tube × 1

Filament Tube × 2

Filament Tube Fixture × 1

Wiping Cloth × 1

Calibration Card × 1

Cable Clip × 2

Wire Brush × 1

White Breakaway Filament × 1

T Nut × 1

Stainless Steel Stud Bolt × 1

M4 × 12 Hex Socket Head Screw × 4

M4 x 10 Hex Socket Head Screw × 5

Notes:
[1] Buy hot ends with a 0.2, 0.6, 0.8 mm diameter and 0.4 mm hardened hot end from our store. They are compatible with Dual Extrusion Modules for 2.0 and for Artisan.
[2] Note that without the Snapmaker Enclosure, the noise level when you put all fans at full speed, will be 55.6 dB; while with Snapmaker Enclosure, the noise level will be 42.3 dB.
[3] Hardened steel nozzle should be used when printing with nylon and reinforced nylon filaments.
Snapmaker Dual Extrusion
3D Printing Module
Double the Fun
3s Hot End Auto Switch
300°C
Dual Extrusion
Advanced
Materials Printing
4-fan
Cooling System
Auto
Levelling
Soluble & Breakaway Supports
10+ Combo of Materials
Dual extrusion is an acquired taste, one you will stick to once learned, because there are some things in 3D printing that a single hot end just doesn't quite cut it. A sophisticated print with fine details. A gadget that combines PLA and TPU. A dual color little thing that your kid has been dying to have.
PVA
Breakaway PLA
We all know what a pain removing support materials can be. Don't let it ruin your fun. Throw in a spool of water soluble PVA filament and watch your print emerge from water like the beauty it's meant to be. You can do the same with HIPS and breakaway support, with a little help of oil or none.
Multi-color Printing
People say less is more because less gives you style. But come on, who likes the monotonous when you have the colorful? A zebra printed black is just a lifeless toy, but it will spring to life when it's printed in black and glaring white. Give your prints a life, depth, and above all, meaning, with dual extrusion.
Quick-swap Hot Ends
Plus, with the hot end easily removable in 5 seconds, engineering materials such as PA-CF, PA-GF can be added to the picture as well. Luban will automatically recognize the hot end you use, and get printing parameters ready for use.[1]
All the Gears and Ideas
The 7.5:1 planetary gears transmit power from the motor with much greater torque, which allows us to use relatively small motors to achieve needed pulling force. Shedding unnecessary weight will in turn results in a much smaller vibration of the toolhead at the same rate of acceleration, thus keeping the same printing precision as the single extrusion module.
Single Extrusion Module
Dual Extrusion Module
Meanwhile, the 68-teeth gears with a 12 mm diameter allow for sufficient contact surfaces with the filament they are pulling in, applying steady force so your filament won't come out of the nozzle all beaten up. So back to the question: what's the other end of the equation? The answer is flawless extrusion with 20 mm³/s flow rate and high quality results.
Wanna Print Non-stop?
Keep It Cool.
Now the second pain other than removing support, has to be picking filament debris out from a jammed nozzle. Well, hopefully you won't have to deal with it for a long time with Dual Extrusion Module.
Each of your hot end has a dedicated fan blowing much needed wind from a blower, preventing your filament from melting prematurely in the heat sink which invariably ends up clogging the hot end.
Also, if you are still caught up on that time when your overhang failed miserably on you, worry no more, because your overhangs will be cool this time. Another set of fans are located at the bottom right and left. They will keep your nozzles and prints cool. So whether you are printing a bold overhang, or with ABS/PA, dive in head first; you can adjust the fan speed later[2].
Great Hot Ends Work Async
Another question to answer is how do 2 hot ends work on 1 toolhead, seeing as how time-consuming switching can be on other dual extrusion printers. Initially we thought, why not lift the toolhead up and bump it against a level and there your hot end goes. That is untill we were appalled by the thudding sound it makes every time one hot end needs to be switched to the other.
So the classy and efficient way to do it, we decided, is to switch with a motor. When your g-code tells the motor it's time to change the hot end, the motor will ask the linear rail to do the heavy lifting. Then the hot end gets changed, and the printing continues. This is done within 3 seconds, with a repeatability of 0.012 mm.
Get Smart with Various
Nozzle Sizes
To make smarter use of nozzles, you can tune your settings a bit more with each nozzle size in Luban. When you want a print with impeccable details, print the shell at a lower speed with the 0.2 mm-nozzle hot end, so it's not only sturdy but looks fine on the outside. And when you want speed for a model that's rich in support structure, print the infill with 0.6 or 0.8 mm-nozzle hot end, because they are way quicker.

Wall
0.2 mm Nozzle

Infill
0.4 mm Nozzle

Time
About 9.5 h

Wall
0.4 mm Nozzle

Infill
0.4 mm Nozzle

Time
About 8 h

Wall
0.4 mm Nozzle

Infill
0.8 mm Nozzle

Time
About 7.5 h

Auto Levelling
Don't worry if you lose your calibration card because it's no longer needed. On your heated bed, from the first point to the last, the proximity sensor in the module obtains data for each of them and they will be automatically processed by the controller. No need to worry about Z height calibration either. Optoelectronic switch will do it for you.
Power-loss and Filament Run-out Recovery
In case you are wondering, power-loss and filament run-out recovery are also supported by Dual Extrusion Module. Follow the touchscreen and all manner of things shall be well.
Specifications

Dimensions (W × D × H)

108 mm × 70 mm × 133 mm

Package Dimensions (W × D × H)

279 mm × 254 mm × 177 mm

Frame Material

Aluminum alloy

Weight

1.0 kg

Package Weight

3.2 kg

A150 Build Volume (W × D × H)

135 mm × 140 mm × 110 mm
(Dual/ Right Nozzle)
145 mm × 145 mm × 110 mm
(Left Nozzle)

A250/A250T/F250
Build Volume (W × D × H)

220 mm × 235 mm × 210 mm

A350/A350T/F350
Build Volume (W × D × H)

310 mm × 325 mm × 290 mm
(Dual Nozzle)
310 mm × 330 mm × 290 mm
(Left/ Right Nozzle)

Flow

20 mm³/s

Nozzle Diameter (Standard)

0.4 mm

Nozzle Diameter (Optional)

0.2 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.8 mm

Nozzle Material (Standard)

Brass

Nozzle Material (Optional)

Hardened steel

Max. Nozzle Temperature

300°C

Max. Recommended
Printing Speed

100 mm/s

Supported Materials[3]

PLA, ABS, ASA, PETG, TPU, Breakaway PLA, PVA, HIPS, Nylon, Carbon Fiber Reinforced Nylon, Glass Fiber Reinforced Nylon

Supplied Software

Snapmaker Luban
(Third-party software supported)

Input Voltage

24V DC

Operating Temperature

15°C–30°C

Supported File Formats

stl, obj

In the Box

Dual Extrusion 3D Printing Module × 1

Quick Start Guide × 1    

Filament Holder Sheet × 1

Filament Holder Cap × 1

Filament Holder Tube × 1

Filament Tube Fixture × 2

Filament Tubet × 1

Wiping Cloth × 1

Calibration Card × 1

Cable Clip × 2

Wire Brush × 1

T Nut × 1

White Breakaway Filament × 1

Stainless Steel Stud Bolt × 1

M4 × 12 Hex Socket Head Screw × 4

M4 x 10 Hex Socket Head Screw × 5

Notes:
[1] Buy hot ends with a 0.2, 0.6, 0.8 mm diameter and 0.4 mm hardened hot end from our store. They are compatible with Dual Extrusion Modules for 2.0 and for Artisan.
[2] Note that without the Snapmaker Enclosure, the noise level when you put all fans at full speed, will be 55.6 dB; while with Snapmaker Enclosure, the noise level will be 42.3 dB.
[3] Hardened steel nozzle should be used when printing with nylon and reinforced nylon filaments.