Bondtech LGX DD for Artillery Sidewinder X1 For Mosquito

AUD199.95 Inc GST

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Description

This is a LGX™ Direct Drive Setup to use on Artillery Sidewinder X1, prepared to use Mosquito™ (screw mount) hotends from Slice Engineering. Hotend, fan and nozzle are not included.

 

Direct Drive Upgrade

This LGX™ based upgrade kit is a easy to install replacement of the stock direct drive extruder. It requires the accessories included in the LGX™ Accessories For Sidewinder X1 and Mosquito™ package.

Easy To Install

  1. Split the stepper motor from the extruder to install it on your Artillery Sidewinder X1.
  2. Place the mounting plate in between them.
  3. The extruder is installed facing right, using the included Direct Drive Interface Plug to attach the hotend.
  4. Set the e-steps value to 400 using g-code.

Leading Grip Power

The LGX™ is the Bondtech extruder with the highest filament grip due to its new large drive wheels that put more teeth engaging the filament.

Enjoy Bondtech’s Evolved Dual Drive Technology

Start using our newest extruder with our new Dual Drive Technology based on larger drive gears. This is only one of the 7 new features Bondtech implemented on an extruder.

7 new features on a Bondtech eXtruder:

  • Larger drive wheels, for increased filament grip;
  • Filament pre-tension lever, for repeated results;
  • Multi-function interface socket, for tool or application quick swap;
  • Drive wheels’ maintenance windows, for easy cleaning;
  • Compact, light & symmetric design, for increased performance and compatibility;
  • Multiple mounting hole patterns, for easy and flexible setup;
  • A small step for a greener Future, craft boxes without bleaching & no coating.

You can read more about the new features by clicking here.

3D Printed Housing using PA12

The housing parts are professionally printed with nylon for maximum strength and precision and higher temperature resistance.

Brand

Bondtech

The company was established in 2014 by Martin Bondéus, who had previously used the 3D printing technology in his work as a product developer. When certain patents regarding the FDM technology expired at the beginning of the 2010s, Martin set out to build a 3D printer based on a pre-designed kit. The result, however, wasn’t satisfying. The performance and quality just weren’t there. Stubbornly, Martin therefore started building his very own printer from the ground up, not using kit products. This time the result was much better, but unfortunately still not good enough. Grinding, slipping and under extrusion translated into several failed prints. Scouring the internet for advice, he realized that the problem with bad, unreliable extrusion was universal. Everyone seemed to suffer from the same dilemma. An idea was born. Today, Bondtech manufactures Bondtech Dual Drive extruders and other innovative 3D printing products to users and retailers across the world. Constantly improving our offer, we believe this is just the beginning.