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Assembled JIETAI Dual-head Hotend


Shipping Weight:225g

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The Dual-head Hotend extruder combines our newly designed hotend version2.0 couples together and you will have options of the nozzles from o.3mm, 0.35mm,0.4mm and 0.5mm.

Do you feel the printed module with single color too drab? Want to print a module of colors? This Dual-head Hotend Extruder will help you start you colorful 3D Printing.

"What is better, a single head extruder or dual head extruder?" - a question we have been asked on several occassions. The difference is very simple, while a single head extruder only holds one color filament, the other (dual head extrusion) can have two colors of filament. So honestly we think a dual head extruder is a preffered choice if you wish to make multi-colored 3D prints, but as it costs several hundred dollars more it is up you to decide how important multi-colored prints are.

If you are planning to use a 3D printer for art installations or making components then perhaps a single head extruder will work just fine. On the other hand, if you wish to make product prototypes or models with extra detail then multi-colored prints do give many objects, therefore a dual head extruder would be the prefered option. The dual head extruder just gives you that extra possibility of creating prints with more detail than if you were to use a single head extruder, for us that is definitly worth the extra amount.



Wire Strain Relief

Aluminum Block Resistor Hotend

Easily assembled and torn down with no glue or ceramic

Includes machined aluminum and steel parts, and laser cut wooden parts

Includes pre-crimped wiring


Package list:

1 x Assembled Dual-head Hotend (Please note: Choose "Nozzle Size"  and "PTFE size"you want)


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  • Adrian Tant | 11/16/2018

    Hi is this compatible with the A30 Thanks

    • Jocelin Jia | 11/16/2018

      hello, it can not use on a30. please send mails to victory.lei@geeetech.cn, he will send you offline, thanks

  • Roland Truter | 01/22/2018

    Will this deul head hotend work on my I3 M201? Also is this better than the 2 in 1 hotend?

    • Jocelin Jia | 03/15/2018

      Hi Roland,sorry for late reply.This head hotend is not compatible with M201 but the 2 in 1 is.Thanks

  • Roland Truter | 01/15/2018

    Hi can the JIETAI Dual-head Hotend be used in my Prusa I3 M201 printer? I find that the hotend in this printer's nozzels block real easy. Just thought that a hotend with two nozzels are better that the single nozzel.

    • Jocelin Jia | 03/16/2018

      Hi Rland,sorry for late reply.A hotend with two nozzles is compatible with M201 and it is better.Thanks.

  • Mikael Westerberg | 02/13/2017

    Hi! Can I use this dual hotend to replace the dual hotend on G2S Pro?

  • lai sujun | 12/01/2015

    nice products

    • Quentin Qiu | 12/04/2015

      Thank you very much

  • JESUS AGUIRRE | 09/17/2015

    Can these extruders be used in a Rostock mini G2s? My original extruders turn out to be made of plastic and they burnt in my very first attempt to print...

    • Quentin Qiu | 09/20/2015

      Sorry,they can not be used in Rostock mini G2s.The extruder which is suitable for Rostock mini G2s will come soon.

  • Godwin Bangera | 04/28/2014

    Hi, is this the same as the budaschnozzle v2.0 ?? thanks GSB

    • Jet Lee | 04/28/2014 | GET Staff

      almost the same, but this is a Dual-head.

  • Raul Rivero Leo | 04/24/2014

    thanks, is also compatible with the prusa i3? with the two linears bar parallel to the vertical plane?

    • Jet Lee | 04/24/2014 | GET Staff

      Yes, it compatible with prusa i3

  • Raul Rivero Leo | 04/24/2014

    I bought this item a few days for my 3D printers, but i not sure how to mount this. Could you said me a mount/wade compatible with this extruder? I'm thinking use this if is possible:http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:106147/#comments

    • Jet Lee | 04/24/2014 | GET Staff

      Hi Raul, thanks for choosing our products and service, you can use two of this http://www.geeetech.com/plastic-parts-printed-in-abs-for-3d-printer-wade-extruder-p-733.html to make a dual extruder. Thanks,