So, I have a TAZ 5 that came with the .35mm nozzle. I’m waiting to have the money for a flexydually, but since I have to pay for my wedding in September it isn’t the best time. So I printed the flexystruder body and assembled it. Basically, I just switch out the body from my stock extruder and the flexystruder (its a lot of work, but its the cost of holding out a few more months I guess). Anyway, I updated the E-steps for when I have the flexy on, but no matter how much adjusting I do, it under extrudes. I say 100mm, and it only extrudes maybe 70-85mm. There isn’t a clog in the hot end, as I’ve switched back to PLA a few times with no issues. I always purge with cleaning filament between different types of filament too. The flexystruder body is definitely tight enough, as if I just run a piece of ninjaflex in with the hot end detached, and cover the hole with my finger and manually turn the gear, it starts to be unbearable to hold back, still with no signs of slipping at all. I run everything really slow when printing NF, of course, and even used the speeds set in Cura’s ninjaflex profile for flexystruder.
My main question is, is the .35mm nozzle just too small for NinjaFlex? Anyone else tried this? Thanks in advance for any feedback! I really want this to work so I can print NinjaFlex to hold me over until after the wedding and get a FlexyDually!