strong>The extruder in the Inventure ensures not only material feeding, heating and extruding but also allows changing the two materials respectively in the dual material printing process. Therefore, if the extruder does not heat up or does not change the materials and you can hear a clicking sound which indicates that the material changing mechanism is blocked, the extruder needs to be replaced.
|If any material is loaded into the extruder, unload it before replacing the unit.|
Unplugging the Power Cable
Turn off the printer and unplug the power cable.
Opening the Top Door
Open the top door.
Unplugging the Extruder Cable
Open the extruder cable clamp placed on the right side of the extruder, and unplug the extruder cable.
Unplugging the Lower Extruder Fan Cable
Unplug the lower extruder fan cable.
Unlocking the Material Guides
Unlock the material guide tube switches on both sides of the extruder using a flathead screwdriver.
Detaching the Material Guides
Bend the outer material guide gently and move it up and down until you detach it. Repeat this step with the other material guide. Detach both material guide tubes from the extruder.
Unscrewing the Extruder
Unscrew the two screws securing the extruder.
Remove the extruder from the printer.
Place the new extruder back in the printer.
Securing the Extruder
Secure the extruder with the two screws.
Attaching the Material Guides
Attach the material guide tube to the extruder. Next, install the outer material guide gently in its place. Repeat this step with the other material guide.
Locking the Material Guides
Lock the material guide tube switches on both sides of the extruder using a flathead screwdriver.
Plugging the Lower Extruder Fan Cable
Plug the lower extruder fan cable in.
Plugging the Extruder Cable
Plug in the extruder cable and close the cable clamp.
Closing the Top Door
Close the top door.