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Approved Bondtech QC Lite

by Nuno Santiago

Introduction

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This Guide relates to the Bondtech DDX Thermistor Adapter:

https://www.bondtech.se/en/product/therm...



Know more about the DDX here:

About the DDX Direct Drive eXtruder for Creality


Applies to

This guide is being illustrated with a Creality CR-10S Pro, but it applies to all other models the DDX is compatible with:

Ender-3Ender-3 Pro
Ender-5Ender-5 Pro
CR-10
CR-10SCR-10 S4CR-10 S5
CR-10S ProCR-10S Pro V2CR-10 Max


You will need

Tools

Parts

No parts specified.

  1. Inside a DDX Thermistor Adapter you will find:
    • Inside a DDX Thermistor Adapter you will find:

    • 1x 11035 Thermistor Adapter Cartridge

    • 1x 1g Thermal paste

  2. This guide starts with the thermistor and heater cartridge already extracted from the heater block. Drag the paste inside to one end of the bag.
    • This guide starts with the thermistor and heater cartridge already extracted from the heater block.

    • Drag the paste inside to one end of the bag.

    • Cut the other end of the bag with the scissors.

    • Push material to the cut edge.

  3. Always be careful when handling the thermistor wires. They are fragile. Handle with care. Dip the thermistor inside the bag. Coat it with a thick layer of thermal paste.
    • Always be careful when handling the thermistor wires. They are fragile. Handle with care.

    • Dip the thermistor inside the bag.

    • Coat it with a thick layer of thermal paste.

  4. Always be careful when handling the thermistor wires. They are fragile. Handle with care. Insert the coated thermistor into the cartridge. Slowly rotate the cartridge back and forth while inserting the thermistor.
    • Always be careful when handling the thermistor wires. They are fragile. Handle with care.

    • Insert the coated thermistor into the cartridge.

    • Slowly rotate the cartridge back and forth while inserting the thermistor.

    • Push it in until it hits the limit inside the cartridge.

  5. Always be careful when handling the thermistor wires. They are fragile. Handle with care. Use the paste bag as brush. Spread thermal paste on the outside of the cartridge.
    • Always be careful when handling the thermistor wires. They are fragile. Handle with care.

    • Use the paste bag as brush.

    • Spread thermal paste on the outside of the cartridge.

  6. Here we illustrate this step with a Copperhead Hot Block. Similar procedure can be done with a Mosquito Hot Block. Unscrew the holding screw. Insert the cartridge in the 3mm hole.
    • Here we illustrate this step with a Copperhead Hot Block. Similar procedure can be done with a Mosquito Hot Block.

    • Unscrew the holding screw.

    • Insert the cartridge in the 3mm hole.

    • Push it all the way until it flushes on the other end.

  7. Always be careful when handling the thermistor and heater wires. They are fragile. Handle with care. Coat the external surface of the heater cartridge with thermal paste. Insert it in the 6mm hole.
    • Always be careful when handling the thermistor and heater wires. They are fragile. Handle with care.

    • Coat the external surface of the heater cartridge with thermal paste.

    • Insert it in the 6mm hole.

    • Push it all the way in until it flushes on the other end.

  8. Always be careful when handling the thermistor and heater wires. They are fragile. Handle with care. Spread apart the 2 thermistor wires. Insert the holding screw in between the 2 wires.
    • Always be careful when handling the thermistor and heater wires. They are fragile. Handle with care.

    • Spread apart the 2 thermistor wires.

    • Insert the holding screw in between the 2 wires.

    • Screw it in until it holds the wires and cartridges in place.

    • DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE SCREW. DO NOT SMASH THE WIRES.

Conclusion

Congratulations!!!

You are done installing the thermistor in the DDX Thermistor Adapter.

Nuno Santiago

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