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Regular E3D heatbreaks are A2 Stainless, and weakly magnetic. Titanium is not magnetic.
Not my website, I do not work for E3D. I don't have any control over the way they do things or communicate. FWIW, I agree with some of your points...
Molex Microfit 3.0, its what E3D uses on all their inline connectors (except 65w heaters)
It went in stock when I said it would, and then went out of stock again. Probably weeks if not months from restock.
It'll be back, in a few weeks.
0.4mm would result in some pretty long residence times, carbonizing the polymer.
Generally if you're printing at 0.4mm, a regular Volcano would...
Bad press fits cause the cracks, a crack is there if you look close enough.
Known issue, bad batch of press fits, contact E3D.
A 6 axis robotic arm that can handle 150lbs of force and maintain accuracy relevant to CNC machining costs upwards of $150k and is roughly the...
1285mm - that's longer (worse!) than I'd assumed.
100mm is better, but only makes it significantly stronger in one direction.
Which direction is...
Very possible I'm interpreting things wrong, but assuming by "6.35mm beam" you mean a square beam measuring 6.35mm on each side, I think you are...
Have you checked the data sheet?
OOS, lead time is several weeks for them to restock.
I'd just buy two heaters and snip the wires you need off both.
Promise I'm not making things up on the heater wire colors, feel free to confirm...
How much of it do you need? 24v heaters are yellow and white.
There's a ~3mm gap between the heatsink and heat block, right?
25w will get you to ~280C, so that's not the issue.
Soon, like fewer days than you have fingers...
Unless you've been in a terrible accident, in which case my apologies.
A couple months from when I said a couple months (October 16th) is still reasonable.
Sounds like you're running a 24v hotend on 12v, you'll want to check both the fan and heater voltages.