Dual Gear | Direct Drive | Cost-effective Choice
Dual gear 7:1
Light & Compact
Light weight, Low inertia, better positional accuracy.
6061 T6 aluminum alloy body ensures long-lasting performance even under extreme conditions.
Easier Filament Feeding
Upgraded switch lever frees your hands when feeding.
Efficient Heat Dissipation
Heatsink design optimized to improve heat dissipation, prevent heat creep and ensure longer lifespan of extruder.
Powerful Extrusion System
Dual gear and a gear ratio of 7:1 for exceptional pushing force.
Great for flexible filament
Adjust the screw tensioner to accommodate different drive gear tension and improve printing with flexible filament.
Bi-metal heatbreak enables high-temp printing at 270℃ with silicone sock for insulation.
Compatible with numerous materials, ranging from PLA and ABS to TPU, Nylon and PETG.
What's in the Box
The H2 V2S Complete Kit includes one pre-assembled extruder, a colling fan, cables, screws and other tools to set it on the 3d printer.
Dimensions & Specs
Dual Gear Extrusion
Maximum Printing Temperature
195g (including Heater Cartridge, Thermistor, and Fan)
Maximum Extrusion Force
7.5kg (depending on the filament)
Extrusion (based on the existing)
600mm3/min (depending on the filaments)
932/mm at 16 microstep (Further calibration is recommended)
Klipper Rotation Distance
Recommended Motor Current
Drive Gear Circumference
Filament Diameter and Tolerance
Heater Cartridge Power
Heater Cartridge Voltage
*Note: Not compatible with standard NEMA14 motor.
Quick View User Manual
*Note: Only needs a model bracket, H2 V2S is suitable for almost all hot-selling 3D printers. Here are the files for B1, Artillery X1 Genius, Pedro Palacio, CR10-S Pro v2, Ender 3/3 V2, Ender 5, Ender 6, Anycubic Mega, CR-10 V2/V3, Creality CR-6
I am happy with the received product and hope to get it installed and working on my CR-10v2 very soon. The CR-10 has been converted to linear rails on Y and X and this extruder will be mounted on a Hermit Crab.
Nice quality as always
I love this small extruder, but from my point of view, there are a couple of things still missing, first of all the integrated filament runout sensor, like the one on Orbiter, Sherpa, or Prusa, made a new one, include on it an extra push button, and I will buy the first unit.
Last but not least important, a good system to hold the layer fan.
Once solved both items, for me this extruder will be almost perfect.
It was easy to assemble on my Ender 3 pro (once again BIQU did it with no thorough instructions) .The Stl provided for the base plate and part cooling was ok also .It is so lightweight and although I don't have dual z axis I feel there is no need for one .It is working flawlessly so far except the retraction clicking I set mine per recommendations on the net at 0.4mm retraction length and 4mm/s retraction speed without being so annoying ,the e-steps were close to recommended (922) but this depends on the filament being used .The thermistor type is another mystery so I choose type 1 on Marlin firmware searching once the net I found mentioned type 5 type and 11 but nothing is provided from BIQU so I kept type one .In general speaking I recommend H2 V2S but BIQU must provide more data for their products .It was the same feeling when purchased SKR MINI E3 V3.0 last year .
I like to order OEM supplies for spares on my 2 BX and B1 printers. BIQU, as usual, came thru with timely delivery and cost effective support