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  1. #11
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    Dec 2018
    @curious aardvark Thank you for this useful knowledge.I am facing this problem with my prints. I hope this will help me.

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    Super Moderator curious aardvark's Avatar
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    Jul 2014
    that's actually wrong. by placing the extruder on the frame you gain exactly nothing in speed and introduce the complication of a bowden tube.
    Which instantly makes it a lot worse and a lot slower for printing flexible materials.

    An i3 has no problems with a direct drive extruder. My dirt cheap ctc I3 - with diect drive - will happily print at 200mm/s - in fact simplify3d won't let it print any faster.

    There is no logical reason to move the extruder to the printer frame on an i3.

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