Liquid cool your DyzeXtruder or DyzeXtruder-GT

1

Remove the screws

Use a phillips screw driver and remove the 4 screws holding the back bell of the stepper motor.

Do not remove the motor back bell.

2

Apply thermal paste

Apply thermal paste on the back bell of the stepper motor.
3

Install the liquid cooling block

Use a 2.5mm allen wrench and install the 4 longer screws holding the liquid cooling block.

Make sure to remove the tape under the liquid cooling block before installing it!

4

Install the tubing

Install your tubes inside the loop. There is no specific input or output on the liquid cooling block. Do not forget to install the hose clamps if your loop is already completed on the other end.
5

Crimp the tube clamps

Use a tube crimping plier and crimp the hose clamps.

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