Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

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Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby fponticelli » Thu Dec 29, 2016 6:19 pm

Does this nozzle fit the Raise3D extruder? http://olssonruby.com/

It would be really interesting to have such option.

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby firesped » Thu Dec 29, 2016 6:31 pm

The question would be if these specifications are the same as our hotend.

"We have designed The Olsson Ruby to be compatible with the popular form factor of a nozzle with a 7.5mm long M6x1 external threading, like the range of Olsson Nozzles used on the Olsson Block for the Ultimaker 2, and on the E3D hotends. This list is compiled both of the printers we have tested and some we believe will be compatible from looking at specifications."
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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby walshlg » Fri Dec 30, 2016 3:02 pm

yeh I just saw them this morning. I want to get one and put on a chain to wear as tech bling!

on a serious note, maybe buy one of there brass nozzles first to see if that fits.

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby benny32 » Tue Jan 03, 2017 4:10 pm

Would very much like to get one to try some more abrasive materials without plowing through nozzles.

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby swampy » Tue Jan 03, 2017 10:49 pm

these are for 2.85mm filament and that cant be done on the n2 and n1 machines only 1.75mm

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby Noren » Tue Jan 03, 2017 11:07 pm

From their site.:

1.75mm versions:
(in beta testing, iterations being performed)
Every printer with a E3D V6 1.75mm hotend, including:
Prusa Research i3 MK2
E3D BigBox

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby lami3d » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:50 am

I've just received it this morning !
i can test now some abrasive spool i have : XT-cf20, protopasta carbonfiber pla, Virtual Foundry PLA filamet copper (90% metal), steelfill

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby Noren » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:53 am

lami3d wrote:I've just received it this morning !
i can test now some abrasive spool i have : XT-cf20, protopasta carbonfiber pla, Virtual Foundry PLA filamet copper (90% metal), steelfill


Please tell us about the installation process.
Curious.

/Andreas

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby lami3d » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:54 am

Of course !

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby lami3d » Mon Mar 20, 2017 3:31 pm

Yo, regarding installation, it's really easy if you follow the instructions given on their website.
You have to print the tool to tighten well the nozzle. You have to do that with heating on, or be sure the thread and everything is really clean.

I have printed rims of RCF1 project and other parts with XT-CF20 and i had good result but not perfect due to the XTCF20 that sticks to the noozle.... so i'm running lot of tests on this. It makes me crazy because you find people that increases the speed, others that lower it.... for me, reducing layer height (0.2 --> 0.15) and speed (about 25m/s) leads to have less plastic stuck to the noozle and better results. Some people advice to disable retraction but i'm still thinking i can have a nearly perfect result without post-processing..;.

The noozle doesn't move an inch.

I will post pictures when i go back home in 3 days

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby lami3d » Fri Mar 24, 2017 3:39 pm

I correct what i said : perform replacement with heating on only and tighten well (--> don't stop tightening when you hear the first "click" of the tool but stop it after many "clicks". I notice a little leakage due to that but now, it's ok.)

Benchies (2shells, 10% infill, 4 bottom and 4 top layers, 0.2mm layer height except for XT-CF20 0.15mm and 6 top layers because of too much plastic that sticks to the nozzle with 0.2mm (i have to do other tests and lower the speed and maybe try 0.1mm layer)
No cleaning at all, just printed

XT-CF20
BenchyXTCF20.jpg


ProtoPasta PL/CF15
Benchy Protopasta.jpg


Nanovia ABS/CF and Aramid (little over extrusion to correct)
BenchyNanovia.jpg
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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby lami3d » Fri Mar 24, 2017 3:49 pm

Thingiverse things

just a little sand papering on the rim to see how it behaves, other are like they were in the printer...

XT-cf20 (0.2mm for the rims and 0.15mm for the hinges)
Rim.jpg

Hinges.jpg


ProtoPasta (0.15) - had to reduce extrusion a little bit and activate 'no travel through hole' in the slicer to improve the quality
Wheel1.jpg

Wheel2.jpg


Virtual Forge Filamet PLA Copper (90%) and Colorfabb Steelfill (0.2mm and 0.15mm)
Only short print because these filaments break very very very easiliy (protopasta says that their filament is brittle but it's very strong compared with these ones)

a little bit of red ABS on the copper 0.15mm one (forgot to clea the nozzle) and a little lack on the steelfill 0.2mm due to filament broken
CopperVF and Colorfaabb Steelfill.jpg

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby Charles » Fri Mar 24, 2017 4:38 pm

these look good!

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby ssommer79 » Mon Apr 03, 2017 11:19 am

Means, if i buy this Version "Olsson Ruby Düse - E3D V5/V6 - 1.75mm / 0.4mm" this will fit my V2 Hotend?

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby Jetguy » Mon Apr 03, 2017 11:30 am

Yes.

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby Noren » Tue Apr 04, 2017 6:55 am

Jetguy wrote:Yes.

Or maybe no.
I think a read in the facebook forums that there is a 1 mm gap in the throat with this nozzle. I don't know how that will effect the print though.

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby lami3d » Tue Apr 04, 2017 7:59 am

For me, it's yes :D
Just have to tighten well with the tool with heated hot end and there's no leaks.


There's no gap IN the throat, the nozzle press on the throat tube when it's tighten (for me, it seems to preventing also the heatsink to turn, like i feel with the raise nozzles)
There's a gap outside between the bottom of the hot end and the nozzle, there's no shoulder on the hot end like raise3d nozzle.
I don't want to remove my hot end insulation to show that it's clean.

I have this picture i took after the first tightening which was not good as i explained above.
23.jpg



The print quality seems good to me, what is(are) the issue(s) you are thinking about Noren ?
(3h30 wheel print (thingiverse) with ABS+CF+aramid (Nanovia))
20170403_141522.jpg

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby Noren » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:05 am

I really cant say. Just remember reading that the threads are 1 mm to short.

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby lami3d » Tue Apr 04, 2017 8:34 am

For me, the threads section is longer on the ruby one (i have some spare nozzles :D )
20170404_103048[1].jpg

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Re: Olsson Ruby, will it fit?

Postby bellatrixzen » Wed Apr 05, 2017 9:45 pm

lami3d,
Is that a Micro Swiss nozzle next to the Olsson Ruby? I have a set of MS I was waiting to put in, but saw the ruby nozzles just today.
I am am printing with a lot of abrasive filaments and am thinking ruby instead of Micro Swiss.

Are you running dual extruder? Did you replace both because of length difference?

When did you receive your printer? I noticed on the olsson site they mentioned possible cooling duct problems when using the ruby nozzle?
They say it depends on the age of the printer (with v2 hotend) but they don't say what age range presents a problem.

Thanks!


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