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3 in 1 out Hotend for multi-color/Mix color 3D printing
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For most common 3D printers, it can usually print with only one color; some slightly advanced, you can print two colors, like our Prusa I3 Pro C model,some are more advanced which can print 2 mix colors, like our Prusa I3 Pro M201 model.

Printing with 2 in 1 out mix-color is an exciting experience, what about 3 in 1 out mix-color with more potential?

This 3 in 1 out Hotend, just as its name implies, has three independent feed-in channels and shares one out-feed nozzle at the end of the three feed channels. This can be a new frontier of 3D printing.

Based on the principle of the three primary colors, the three filaments of different colors will be fed in accordance with a certain percentage of feeding rate, then they will be melted and mixed in the nozzle chamber to generate another new color or mixed color, enables the printing of model with any color.

The key feature of this 3 in 1 out Hotend is the diamond shaped nozzle. We have designed the nozzle to have smallest possible mixing chamber to make color shifts as fast as possible and to avoid unnecessary filament waste. To ensure rapid nozzle heat up we have constructed the nozzle as compact as possible.

This 3 in 1 out Hotend is designed to be used on Kossel or Rostock printer. If you want to use it on other printer, you will need to make modifications according to your project. You are welcomed to share your fantastic idea with us in our forum. 

Main features:

1. 3 in 1 out diamond-shape hotend support 3 filaments of different colors and different materials.

2. Creating printings with a wide range of colors and materials in a single object, in one print.

3. Easy to level nozzles make getting started in multi-extrusion easier than ever before.

4. Absolute minimum size and weight, will not weigh down your printer or reduce printing performance

5. All-metal, high performance J-head with efficient heat dissipation for fantastic printing.

6. All-metal accessories to withstand higher temperatures involved in printing process so that you can print with multiple kinds of filament that requires higher temperature such as ABS.

Tips: Different materials of filament has different melting point, when printing with two different kinds of material, please choose those with close melting point.

1. Number of filament: 3

2. Filament material: PLA, ABS

3. Heater cartridge: 40 W, 12V/24V; size: 6*15mm

4. Heater cartridge wire length: 700mm

5. Thermistor: 100K NTC

6. Thermistor wire length: 1m

7. Working Temperature: 190°-230°

8. Cooling Fan: 40 x 40 x 10 mm

9. Fan voltage: 12V

10. Filament size: 1.75mm

11. Nozzle size: 0.4mm

12. Net Weight: 175g 

13. Shipping weight: 300g

1x 3 in 1 out mix-color Hotend

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  • johan walraeve | 09/05/2017

    Hi again, sorry for the late update on this. After upgrading the extruders from original to E3D Titan extruders with THE ORIGINAL geeetech extruder motors the diamond hot-end starts to work perfectly, at last :-) . The problem with the original extruder is the power needed to push the filament through the mixing chambre ( i think ) but with the 3:1 ratio (motor turns 3x the extruder 1x) the power supplied on the filament is 3x higher. Result, all filaments so also the blue ones are now extruding perfectly and without skipping. Please Geeetech, research and develop a extruder for the diamond hot-end or at least warn future customers for this issue. The RS mini G2S pro just finished a 3hr print with the Diamond HE and the print looks 99% perfect. without the upgrade i didn't even could do the first 10 layers without extruder problems. Never the less the fun is reappearing again, and i will post a video on the forum later on this week. kind regards. For those who have the same issues or problems starting 3D printing, heads up, when even i can find a solution, anybody can :-), lol.

    • Zina Luo | 09/05/2017

      Hi Johan ,thank you for your sharing ,and happy for you that finally you make successfully .Happy for you here.

    • Poppy Lynagh-Smith | 12/15/2017

      Hi Johan, Like you I have a Rostock 301 and cannot get it to print for me if I reduce the speed of the feeds of the extruder motor to around one third I can get filament out of the nozzle but if I try to go much above this the feed roller just starts to skip I was thinking that the hot end did not put out enough heat to keep melting the filament or that the hot end did not have enough mass to stay at the required temp when melting filament which extruders did you use to get your printer working correctly? Regards Poppy Ann.


  • johan walraeve | 08/29/2017

    The nozzle needs a very high torque, and a non-skipping extruder. i'm trying my last solution to get descent results, when this fails it will be back to original dual head and a LOT of spare parts. I do not want to sound all bad and i'm even willing to try out the Rostock 301 later this year or next year. because i just LOVE delta printers :-)


  • johan walraeve | 08/28/2017

    Hi, First of all, after adjusting the original Mega2560 into a Rumba variant and compiling/uploaded it into the rumba board, everything looked great, i was even printing in 3 colours at a time, not mixing, because we don't have the GMT32 board capabilities. But either way the upgrade worked as suspected on the G2S pro. Some issues on the other hand are worth wile to mention. 1) There was NO technical data delivered with the probe, which thermistor is used or what FW settings needed to be filled in. 2) How to clean the nozzle when it will clogged (and this is only a matter of time). 3) No cleaning tool(s) delivered in the package. I also experience a LOT of difficulties printing PLA with this nozzle, for instance, black, red, and green filaments give no problems at all but blue filaments refuses to print and get clogged. i tried different types and brands of blue PLA but for some reason it won't work. Also tried different temp setting, between 195°c - 225°C but no positive result. Cleaning the nozzle is at least several hours of work and you just can't get it cleaned completely because of the "mixing" chambre... In other words, i'm going back to dual extruder and original Mega 2560 board setup :(. that way it was at least working fairly good without filament problems. Just a shame i had to learn this the hard way and spend money on it :/


  • Frank Mizzi | 07/14/2017

    How is this used, as the 2560 board from Geeetech has only room for another single driver for an extra extruder but not for 3 extruders, is an aditional driver board required to drive the additional extruder, as of for adding it to a i3 printer from Geeetech od is this only applicable to delta type printers or of different boards.

    • Zina Luo | 07/18/2017

      HI Frank,for this 3 in 1 nozzle just can be used by GTM32 controller board ,pls note with thank.


  • Faiz Shaikh | 04/03/2017

    which is the right one for the deltta rostock. I ordered the 24v one , please send the right one for my printer

    • Zina Luo | 04/05/2017

      Hi Faiz,ok ,no problem ,i help you arrange the one same as the printer.


  • James McElhany | 09/10/2016

    Is the PTFE tubing included with the purchase of the 3 in 1 print extruder?

    • rita xiang | 12/19/2016

      Hello James, the PTFE tubing is not included, cause we do not know how long it will be needed, if you need it, please order it here: https://www.geeetech.com/1m-ptfe-tubing-for-mk8-p-812.html


  • Ric Chin | 07/11/2016

    hello Rita 700-001-0949 i assume is the 12volt heater nozzle and 700-001-0961 is 24 volt heater?

    • rita xiang | 07/11/2016

      Yes, you are right. Is there is anything wrong with your order please?

      • Ric Chin | 07/12/2016

        no everything is fine...the order arrived complete thank you...I do need access to firmware to activate the 3rd motor on the M201 board...shows up in the software on computer ... but not on the M201 lcd....is there firmware to access this motor driver?

        • rita xiang | 07/12/2016

          sorry that the firmware for the M201 with 3 extruder is not avainable now.


  • Martin Hall | 07/10/2016

    Will the GTM32 Drive this?

    • rita xiang | 07/10/2016

      GTM32 pro can

      • Martin Hall | 07/14/2016

        Where can i find the info on the GTM32 Pro Please

        • rita xiang | 07/14/2016

          this board is not for sale now. you can use rumba, please refer to this http://reprap.org/wiki/Diamond_Hotend


  • franco belluschi | 06/21/2016

    Hi, which printer support this and mixing colour feature? it needs some software ugrade or specific firmware? is possible to upgrade a G2s pro?

    • rita xiang | 06/21/2016

      Hello Franco, we are preparing a printer that can use this hotend, it is on delta rostock mini. stay tuned, it will be ready in about two weeks.


  • Ric Chin | 06/20/2016

    Hello Rita.... I'm curious about which of your boards handle three extruders?

    • rita xiang | 06/21/2016

      Hello Ric, Rumba support 3 extruders, and you can find many guides on the use of this hotend with Rumba.

      • Ric Chin | 06/22/2016

        I notice the M201 looks like its predisposition for this head...just need another extruder driver and extruder...will order and test em.


  • Julian Pflüger | 06/14/2016

    Hej! Is it possible to mount this to a G2s pro without further modifications?

    • rita xiang | 06/15/2016

      Hi,Jilian, this hotend needs 3 extruders, the control board for G2s is GT2560 which can only drive 2 extruders.

      • Julian Pflüger | 06/21/2016

        Sorry for my phrasing I actually meant the mountingpoints on the printer carrige and the hotend moutingpoints. I'm aware of the extruder issue.

        • rita xiang | 06/21/2016

          Sorry for the misunderstanding. Yes, the mounting points are compatible.