Printing with 0.25mm and 0.8mm nozzles feels equally absurd.

One gives you resin-like details, the other one lets you print functional parts and prototypes super quickly.

With Revo I'm now thinking about nozzle diameter just as much as I think about layer heights during slicing. A bit of a game changer indeed.


@fribbledom interesting. I never changed the nozzle my printer came with, but with a quick swap system like revo I can see how I would. What printer do you have and how difficult was the switch to revo?

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I have a Prusa MK3S+ and it took me a bit over an hour to swap the hotend. Installation was easy: the Revo Six is a drop-in replacement for E3D V6 hotends, so it should fit any printer that uses them.

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