So I'm thinking of any new possible features that the Slime could do and I realised that I could have 1 Slime at 0 degrees and the other at 90 degrees to use the extruder motor of the second on as a 6th axis. That reminded me of the ribbon nozzle I talked about a few logs ago and looked around for internet mentions and other variable nozzles. Quickly, I found the first variable nozzle I ever knew: the SmartNozzle.
"While I'm here at this site, I might as well look to see what the 2022 entries are." I thought, and there I found the tube printing hotend.
So my university just happens to have a tube 3D printer that I've known about for months but didn't know if it was some secret prototype so never said much about it. I could never quite work out how it worked until now, but I have seen it printing and the prints it's made:
Most recently, it seems that they're trying different colours instead of 2 sets of clear filament to colour the parts