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 Current Nozzle Size is 0.5 (self-drilled). It's fast and accurate. Don't change it if in doubt. Current Nozzle Size is 0.5 (self-drilled). It's fast and accurate. Don't change it if in doubt.
  
-We also have a 0.35 Nozzle. You will only need it for very fine prints.+<del>We also have a 0.35 Nozzle. You will only need it for very fine prints.</​del>​
  
 **Warning** ​ beware of youtube videos that show nozzle change at room temperature. read [[https://​www.lulzbot.com/​content/​taz-user-manual-updates-and-errata|Lulzbot Errata]] **Warning** ​ beware of youtube videos that show nozzle change at room temperature. read [[https://​www.lulzbot.com/​content/​taz-user-manual-updates-and-errata|Lulzbot Errata]]
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 ==== what materials can be printed ? ==== ==== what materials can be printed ? ====
  
-Everything with a filament diameter of 3mm (no less and no more) and extrusion temperature below 238°C that does not clog 0.35mm nozzles, like wood-,​stainless-steel-,​conducitve,"​magnetic"​-filament does.+Everything with a filament diameter of 2.85mm-3mm (no less and no more) and extrusion temperature below 238°C that does not clog the nozzle ​, like wood-,​stainless-steel-,​conducitve,"​magnetic"​-filament does.
  
-=== about 1.75mm filament ===+=== can it print 1.75mm filament ===
  
-To print 1.75mm filament, a different [[https://​www.lulzbot.com/?​q=products/​budaschnozzle-20-ptfe-tube-175mm-filament|PTFE-Tube]] would be needed. However, Lulzbot no longer manufactures or sells them. Conceivably they are easy to make yourself from aluminum or PTFE with a lathe. Seeing as their newest [[https://​www.lulzbot.com/​products/​lulzbot-taz-single-extruder-tool-head-v2|Hexagon Hotend]] does not even mention the option of printing anything but 3mm filament, Lulzbot seems to have completely abandoned support for anything other than 3mm filament. +**SORRY NO**
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-Quote from Lulzbot-Sales 2015-09-25: > I do apologize, but we no longer carry those tubes. We have tested several filaments on our printers, and prefer the 3 mm size, as it much easier to work with.+
  
 ====== Specs and Settings ====== ====== Specs and Settings ======
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