What kind of nozzle is on A10M?

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Re: What kind of nozzle is on A10M?

Post by William » Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:46 am

If the nozzle uses the M7 thread then it will fit A10M.
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Re: What kind of nozzle is on A10M?

Post by Akuma » Thu Mar 14, 2019 5:21 am

Last cheap one I bought on Amazon for my A10M which was 5mm leaked all over the place. Haven't tried any others since. The internal diameter didn't seem to match.

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Re: What kind of nozzle is on A10M?

Post by caesar_1111 » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:24 pm

Hi,

Be aware of two things:

A10 and A10M using different nozzle types!
A10 using M6 thread
A10M using M7 thread (but not standard MK10!)

take care which M7 nozzle you are buying!
I was told that you can use standard MK10 nozzles, so I bought them on Amazon just to find out, that the nozzle comes with a much wider inner diameter (4mm) since it is designed to take a tube down to the very tip. (see the picture on those MK10 nozzles at amazon https://www.amazon.com/Extruder-Nozzle- ... way&sr=8-9 )
Since the A10M is using a 2in 1out printer head, you need to have a smaller inner diameter of approx. 2mm (like the original nozzles). I has to have a flat end on the thread side to seal to the heat block.
So I suggest that you only by nozzles which as similar to the originals:
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Geeetec ... 3c00bvK8oG

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Re: What kind of nozzle is on A10M?

Post by Akuma » Mon Mar 18, 2019 7:30 am

That's what I found out too. The inner diameter is something they don't tell you and I noticed it was bigger. I didn't know how it would affect it, and I printed a couple of things but it leaked like a bitch anyway so I put the original back on. I had assumed it was just a cheap steel nozzle or I just didn't tighten enough.

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