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parts:hotend [2018/08/13 15:30]
Matthew Upp
parts:hotend [2019/03/21 05:30]
Matthew Upp
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 +===== Direct Replacement =====
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 +**GiGDigit** - **[[https://​gigdigit.com/​hotend-assembly-mp-select-mini-v2-short-wires/​|Hotend Assembly - MP Select Mini V2 (Short Wires)]]** \\
 +<wrap em><​wrap lo>NOTE: Only for V2's with the wire connector bundle inside the top of the tower. See product pictures for examples.</​wrap></​wrap>​
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 ====== Aftermarket Hotend Replacements ====== ====== Aftermarket Hotend Replacements ======
  
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 ** Autotune note ** \\ ** Autotune note ** \\
-Some of the options listed below will require updating the firmware'​s thermistor value using the custom G-code command [[:​extended_g-code_table#​m561_-_change_thermistor_type|"​M561 P1"]]. If you do change the thermistor type/value you will need to run [[:​pid_autotune|PID Autotune]]. If you are able to reuse the Select Mini's original thermistor it is STILL recommended to run [[:​pid_autotune|PID Autotune]]+//<wrap em>​Autotune may not work all that great so maybe the following about running autotune isn't going to work.</​wrap>// ​Some of the options listed below will require updating the firmware'​s thermistor value using the custom G-code command [[:​extended_g-code_table#​m561_-_change_thermistor_type|"​M561 P1"]]. If you do change the thermistor type/value you will need to run [[:​pid_autotune|PID Autotune]]. If you are able to reuse the Select Mini's original thermistor it is STILL recommended to run [[:​pid_autotune|PID Autotune]]
  
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parts/hotend.txt · Last modified: 2019/09/28 00:08 by Matthew Upp