Testing Micro Swiss Plated Wear Resistant Nozzles from 0.2 to 1.0 mm (MK8 on Ender3V2)

Title: Testing Micro Swiss Plated Wear Resistant Nozzles from 0.2 to 1.0 mm (MK8 on Ender3V2). Watch on youtube:

Tags: 3dprint, ender3, ender3upgrade, creality, microswiss,

In this video I am testing different diameter nozzles from MicroSwiss. Tested nozzles are plated wear resistant nozzles with diameters of: 0.2; 0.3; 0.4; 0.6; 0.8 and 1.0 mm. Standard, most common size is nozzle with hole diameter of 0.4mm. Smaller diameters are for 3D printing with more details but with longer printing time. Larger sizes are for bigger flow rate but the cost is reducing the printing quality and losing the details of printing.
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Everything was printed on Ender3V2 with installed MicroSwiss all metal hotend and direct drive extruder.
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0:00 The equipment
0:35 What will be printed?
2:05 Printing with 0.4mm nozzle
3:29 Replacing the nozzle
6:22 Slicer settings for 0.3mm
7:06 Printing with 0.3mm nozzle
8:59 Slicer for 0.2mm nozzle
9:29 Printing with 0.2mm nozzle
11:58 Slicer settings for 0.6mm nozzle
12:27 Printing with 0.6mm nozzle
14:57 Printing with 0.8mm nozzle
16:57 Printing with 1.0mm nozzle
18:21 Analyzing the printing quality (Benchy)
19:39 Half size Benchy
21:04 15% size Benchy and gear (0.2mm nozzle)
21:59 Results of clearance test
22:44 Badges (text in XY direction)
23:37 3D printed bolts
24:16 Vase (spiral) mode
24:55 Torque test
26:18 Layer adhesion test (0.4 and 0.8mm)
26:53 Printing time comparison
27:15 Conclusions

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