Bondtech is launching a new extruder for 3D-printing that combines low weight with high feeding capacity, together with their proven and highly celebrated Dual-Drive technology for maximum performance without grinding and slipping. This new design gives the markets best force to weight ratio, which will give the most responsive and best solution for feeding material with high reliability and performance.
From slippery nylons and soft TPU/TPE filaments to highly rigid and sometimes brittle carbon-filled high-strength materials,The BMG extruder feeds all material with high reliability.The thumbscrew tensioner allows the user to fine-tune the pressure exerted by the drive gears onto the filament. This gives the power to adjust according to the preferences and to optimize for the type of material that will be used.
The extruders from Bondtech are being used worldwide of a daily basis. Martin Bondéus who is the founder of the brand has listen to his customers and made an even better extruder then before and the owners of 3D-printers are more than satisfied with this new design.
“How did it perform? It’s a Bondtech so it performed flawlessly! In fact, it is the best performing extruder that I have ever used. So much so, it has set me on a mission to eliminate Bowdens from all of my printers.” Michael Hackney – The Eclectic Angler, USA
“This is hands down one of the best extruders I’ve used. The supplied stepper is the perfect rating for torque and electrical specifications. The 3:1 ratio provides the correct balance of higher torque and finer control, without sacrificing overall speeds such as retraction or maximum feed rate.” Vernon Barry, USA
Bondtech was started by Martin Bondéus in the year of 2014 after that he had been very frustrating at the extruders, when he tried to built his own 3D-printer. They was not that reliable. He began to wonder if there could be a better way to extrude the material.
He searched the internet for information and realized that the problem with unreliable extrusion was universal. He started to work on a solution and the first extruder Martin produced, worked very well and solved the extrusion problem due to be able to provide high extrusion force without slipping on the filament.