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Welcome to the M3D Promega's User Manual.
The Promega is expandable, meaning you can customize it to suit your needs. These are 4 possible extruder configurations.
High Temp Printing
The Compound nozzle is a dual mixing nozzle, which takes in two filaments and either prints one at a time or mixes them together.
A standard Promega will come with this extruder.
The K'Tana hot end is two, independent nozzles for dual printing.
K'Tana nozzles are seamless, long nozzles that include a thin-wall heat break to reduce energy consumption and eliminate leaks.
The Quad extruder takes in four filaments and can either print one at a time or mix for blended colors.
You can create beautiful color prints using our CMYK color-calibrated mixing filament.
Our high-temp extruder add-on allows you to extrude materials up to 350 C.
This upgrade is ideal for printing high-temp materials such as PEEK, if you are producing small prints.
Fully enclosed in a 20" all-metal frame.
15.3"-cubed build volume makes printing just about anything possible.
Houses all iterations of:
- SD Cards
- Printed Part.
Submit a new issue if you do not find one.
The main way to collaborate to the guides is to become a collaborator. But sometimes you simply want to submit a small contribution, without becoming a regular collaborator.
On GitHub, one can use the popular Pull Request feature. To do so, you would clone https://github.com/PrintM3D/Promega-Docs, make changes on your own copy, and submit back your changes by submitting a Pull Request to M3D. Then we will review the changes accordingly.