It's definitely not MK8. Nor does it have M6 screw.
Is it V6 type? J-head? Mk10? Still haven't been able to identify the exact type. Caliper measurements yield weird dimensions that don't seem to lead me to the right direction...
I'd like to find some replacement nozzles, also with alternative extrude diameters.
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A 10 M is a MK7 due to the dual feed needing more head room to melt the infeed...
You can do a search for the nozzles... or look on aliexpress for MK7 nozzle.... the 6&7 denominator I believe refers to the thread size...
A10 uses M6 thread which is MK8 nozzle
A10M uses M7, and looks like a regular MK10.
I don't know who came up with these numbers because it's very confusing .
That’s a thought! Did you mean 1.75 or larger?vert wrote: ↑Tue Mar 12, 2019 5:18 ami bought these for my a10
on my a10m i just garbed my dremel and drilled out the stock one to 1.75mm lol
The A10 use the MK8 nozzle(M6)
The A10M use the M7 thread nozzle.
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