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[title] Getting Started
[* icon_note] Note that your extruder will be printed in black ABS. The printed parts used in this guide are printed in yellow ABS in order to highlight their details. These parts were also printed rather quickly and may appear a little "rougher" than your production parts.
[* red] The second photo shows the parts required for assembly. Note the ''aluminum heat sink'' in your kit will be black instead of the red one used here for clarity in the photos.
[* icon_caution] '''++''Please read''++''' the E3DPlease read the [https://wiki.e3d-online.com/wiki/E3D-v6_Assembly|E3D V6 Assembly GuideGuide|new_window=true] ++before starting assembly++ of the hot end. Note that we do put the fan on opposite of how E3D installs. That's so the fan air flow is more effectively cooling the ''Micro Extruder stepper motor''.
[* icon_caution] '''++''Please read''++''' the E3DPlease read the [https://wiki.e3d-online.com/wiki/E3D-v6_Assembly|E3D V6 Assembly GuideGuide|new_window=true] ++before starting assembly++ of the hot end. Note that we do put the fan on opposite of how E3D installs. That's so the fan air flow is more effectively cooling the ''Micro Extruder stepper motor''.