Many current 3D printer power supplies use knock-off XT-60 connectors which are crimped, instead of soldered. As such, they are a common point of failure, and are even known to burn and melt in many cases.
XT-60 connectors on printers like the Ender-3, A10, CR-10, etc., are only useful when the factory is shipping partially assembled printers, but are not useful to the end user, and it is recommended to remove them.
- 26" extended cables that replace the factory cables.
- Safer design with no XT-60 connectors.
- 14AWG, silicone jacketed, 200ºC shielded wire.
- Professionally crimped and heat-shrunk spade connectors.
- Simply insert the twisted end of the cable into the screw-down terminal on your motherboard, being sure to match the polarization of the wires.
- Direct replacement for most 3D printers, including Creality, Geeetech, Anet, TEVO and others.