ANET ET4+ Nozzle Sizes

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Kataclysm
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Joined: 2021-02-01 8:28

I recently obtained an ET4+ printer for Christmas and have been having a lot of fun with it; though I have been wanting to play around with smaller nozzle sizes for higher resolution printing, though I have run into an issue.

I purchased a set of nozzles (.02, .03, .04, etc.) that says they should be compatible to the ET4+, though I've noticed their physical size is approxmately 1.5 times smaller than my current nozzle the ET4+ shipped with. (Which is a .04)

When I install the .02, it fits the threads in the heating block OK, and I can get it to extrude out of it when loading the filament. But when I attempt to print (I've changed Cura settings to recognize a .02 nozzle), it doesn't print, my feeder teeth seem to be 'clicking' and stripping the filament, and it simply doesn't work.

Does the ET4+ support smaller nozzle sizes? Or am I just purchasing the wrong nozzles? (The nozzle I bought said compatibility with the ET4+) If so, what nozzles should I be purchasing?


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