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    Default Recommendations for replacement hotend/ PTFE tubing

    I've been browsing Amazon a bit looking at hot end replacements after I had a near unrecoverable disaster a couple days ago.. was wondering if those with more experience than myself could chime in with recommendations for a hot end and ptfe replacements?

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    Default Re: Recommendations for replacement hotend/ PTFE tubing

    This is what I have found thus far that I liked but didn't know how good the tube was/is.Screenshot_20201226-111059_Amazon Shopping.jpgScreenshot_20201226-111012_Amazon Shopping.jpg

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    Default Re: Recommendations for replacement hotend/ PTFE tubing

    This is the one suggested by our printing guru.

    Price is nice. I’ve got one on order.

    Jeff
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    Default Re: Recommendations for replacement hotend/ PTFE tubing

    If you got the money micro Swiss all metal end is very popular . I have not used as i am cheap but I might try one one .


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    Default Re: Recommendations for replacement hotend/ PTFE tubing

    Yep Capricorn PTFE tubing is what you want. I use it on my CR10S and Ender3 and print high temp with no issues.
    As for hot end, it all depends on what you have now? Is it an Ender/CR10?
    Phil

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