The more closer are the nozzles, the worst oozing you'll get.
3 Separate nozzles are not interesting.
When you mix colours, you'd rather have several filaments getting out by the same nozzle. Like on the E3D cyclops.
It's the only way to get rid of oozing. You can build an ooze shield, but then you can't cool your part properly.
Thanks for the input. That's exactly what I call oozing (English is not my main language, as you probably allready guess).Quote
In my experience, the real problem with 2-nozzle printing is that if the standby nozzle crosses filament that has just been laid down by the printing nozzle, it leaves a mark.
Yep, I know this pic.
I will try to play with tool change gcodes for Chimera mode extrusion.
Is there some trustable sources/examples for these gcodes ?
You said that people have copied these designs? Must say I'm kinda supprised