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Assembled JIETAI GT6 Extruder


Shipping Weight:960g

Quantity in stock:5994


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Geeetech GT6 extruder is a updated version based on GT2.With simple structure, it is easy to assembly and disassembly. The heat block is fixed and stable to print. It adopts Teflon heat-insulated pipe and duralumin alloy nozzle. Its surface is also covered with anodic oxide coating, which can resist oxidation corrosion and increase nozzle hardness. Since Teflon is of poor heat conductivity, the material will not soften easily. It’s easy to clean and prevent blockage, thus ensuring finer and more stable printing.


Material: All metal

Weight: 505g

Outline dimensions: 88*42*89 mm (L/W/H)

Nozzle diameter:0.3, 0.35, 0.4 & 0.5mm optional

Nozzle temperature: 180℃-240℃

Suitable for 1.75mm/3mm PLA & ABS

Printing resolution: 0.1mm

Molding form: FDM

Printing thickness: 0.1mm-0.3mm

Flow rate in nozzle: about 24cc/h

Movement speed: 50cc

Recommended input voltage: 12V

Stepper motor operating voltage:12V

Cooling fan operating voltage:12V

Heating voltage of extruding head: 12V

Thermistor:100K 1% high-precision NTC thermistor


Package list:

1 x JIETAI GT6 extruder

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  • tony mollica | 07/10/2017

    Can this extruder replace the Mk8 extruder on the MeCreator2? I can certainly modify the Marlin firmware to match with some guidance on the correct information for this extruder. thanks.

    • Zina Luo | 07/12/2017

      Hi Tony,sorry that it cannot fit.

  • Bukkiah Golden | 08/14/2015

    Can you be more specific on the termistor installed upon delivery? I utilized the "1" enumeration in Marlin Firmware described as "is 100k thermistor - best choice for EPCOS 100k (4.7k pullup)" almost certain the wrong choice, because it lead to a melt down. (Hopefully not to bad as I haven't torn down the head to repair yet). I would like to not have repeat, there are at least 2 100K "NTC" thermistor's listed in marlin firmware: // 8 is 100k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (4.7k pullup) // 12 is 100k 0603 SMD Vishay NTCS0603E3104FXT (4.7k pullup) (calibrated for Makibox hot bed) Is this that part? Some guidance on this would be much appreciated. OR perhaps you have the actual temptable that is utilized through your companies testing/usage, and can supply that to me. Thank you.

    • Quentin Qiu | 08/31/2015

      Hello Bukkiah, what is the type of your thermistor? You said there was a melt down problem, what melted down? The extruder or other parts? And what temperature did you set for the extruder?

  • AUGUSTO FUSCHI | 01/12/2015

    Hello, we need the invoice with the shipment cost inclusive, please. Best regards. Armando Paliani.

    • Alina Wu | 01/12/2015

      Hi here, I have already sent the invoice to your email account suppliers@robot-domestici.it, please kindly check it.