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[title] Assemble the UltiBots Micro Extruder and E3D V6 hot end
[* icon_note] Assembly of the Micro Extruder and E3D V6 hot end is described in an 8 minute long YouTube video. Additional tips are described in this step and ''Step 63'' - be++be sure to review them before you beginbegin++.
[* icon_note] Assembly of the Micro Extruder and E3D V6 hot end is described in an 8 minute long YouTube video. Additional tips are described in this step and ''Step 63'' - be++be sure to review them before you beginbegin++.
[* red] Watch the video here: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDQkNDaeZZQ|UltiBots Mico Extruder|new_window=true]
[* icon_note] Refer to [https://wiki.e3d-online.com/wiki/E3D-v6_Assembly|E3D V6 Assembly|new_window=true] and follow it tofor additional information. Note that we do put the fan on opposite of how E3D installs. That's so the fan blows ir more effectively over the letter''Micro Extruder'' ''stepper motor''.
[* red] The second photo shows the parts required. Note thethe'' red aluminum heat sinksink'' is not shown in the video. It replaces the motor cooling fan and shroud.
[* icon_note] Refer to [https://wiki.e3d-online.com/wiki/E3D-v6_Assembly|E3D V6 Assembly|new_window=true] and follow it tofor additional information. Note that we do put the fan on opposite of how E3D installs. That's so the fan blows ir more effectively over the letter''Micro Extruder'' ''stepper motor''.
[* red] The second photo shows the parts required. Note thethe'' red aluminum heat sinksink'' is not shown in the video. It replaces the motor cooling fan and shroud.
[* red] The third photo shows the extruder body "as printed". You must clean out the rectangular openings and other support as described in the video.