Micro-Swiss CR-10 Hotend Review
Full disclosure, I did get this for free for my review and feedback. I was provided with the first iteration which was not working much at all. I had put the two screws on for keeping everything tight while you heat and adjust nozzle. I barely tightened them and I'm not embarrassed to say when I mess up but after heating up they expanded and were never coming back out. This caused the block to be torqued and not aiming directly at bed and left the hotend useless even after poor test results from what I could.
I talked to the owner and told him my issues which he referred to me installing wrong, I even followed the installation video just to be sure I review it well and correctly. We discussed that it would take cutters or dremel to remove the screws and to my surprised asked if I had done that to fix the issue.....
Needless to say after him taking that seriously I said that I'm not longer going to mess with his product or future ones. I had expected for him to have me send in the one I got and send out the revised model but that was never mentioned. Sadly having used their products for many years that incident ruined it for me.
Now I will say that there are mixed feelings about the hotend many saying it's junk or having issues to many loving it so I'm not saying to not buy it just be aware that it isn't a very well designed drop in replacement. Your money would be better spend on a real E3D v6, a clone v6, or micro-swiss's all metal throat for the stock cr-10 hotend which will accomplish the same thing with less work plus cheaper.