After upgrading to a Mosquito™ Hotend, are there any firmware tweaks needed?
We recommend performing a PID tune after making any changes to the hotend setup on your 3D printer, including changing sensors, heaters, hotends, or adding thermal paste.
How do I update my firmware to be compatible with the High Temperature Thermistor?
450°C High Temperature Thermistor The 450°C High Temperature Thermistor works natively with Marlin 2.0, Duet/RepRapFirmware, and Klipper. Alternatively, you can find the Resistance-Temperature (RT) table on our High Temperature Thermistor page and do ...
Mosquito® vs. Mosquito® Magnum, which one should I get?
The Mosquito® Magnum has the same high temperature performance, small form factor, and light weight as the standard Mosquito® Hotend, but offers a much higher volumetric flow rate of melted plastic. If you routinely print with nozzle sizes of 0.6 mm ...
Mosquito™ Magnum+ Dual Heater Configuration for RepRapFirmware 3.0+
The first method of configuring a dual heater Mosquito™ Magnum+ is using two heaters in parallel, acting as a single heater with double the power. The second configuration involves each heater being tied to its own extruder heater output and then ...
What is the mass of the Mosquito™ and the Mosquito™ Magnum?
The Mosquito™ Hotend weighs 41g, while the Mosquito™ Magnum weighs 45g, making the pair the lightest high-performance hotends available on the market
Will the High Temperature Thermistor plug directly into my 3D printer's control board?
The High Temperature Thermistor has bare leads. Unless your 3D printer's control board uses screw terminals for the temperature sensor port, you will need to add a connector so it fits directly into your 3D printer's control board.