I’ve written to the seller to see if that temp is perhaps a typo. They do sell a small sample pack of colors that I might try depending on what the guy says.
I do see a ‘prusanozzle’ that is solid stainless steal. That looks interesting. The Taz assembly is pretty slick, and it would be great to have a standby head assembly for the high heat materials. So far I’m a total noob, got my first printer 2 weeks ago. I’m not sure how I would go about printing a new carriage for use with something like the prusanozzle (or other). I’d love to see someone else’s build of something like this so I can see what I’m in for. It seems as though most of the ‘instructions’ are written for someone with a higher level of knowledge.
It seems like I would need the following:
plans for a carriage that fits the Taz and the chosen nozzle
tension bolts, springs, washers
I’m sure I can figure most all of that out except for the carriage plans themselves. I looked around on thingverse, but nothing (or too many things) jumped out at me.