I am in the process of buying a TAZ 5 and I have a few questions:
It seems that the FlexyDually Tool Head has a bigger nozzle (0.5mm) as opposed to the normal head (0.35mm?).
According to the website “Each standard nozzle is .5mm which is optimized for flexible filaments, but this also limits the resolution that can be achieved with this tool head.” which is fine when I print flex or rigid & flex, but if I want to print in a finer res can I then swap out the single head? Is that a moderately easy task?
Can I replace one of the nozzles on the FlexyDually head to a smaller diameter?
Is there a better option for using a twin head using flexable material.
What head for carbon fiber?
Sorry for all of the questions from a total noob, but I only want to buy as close to what I need from the beginning.