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E3D Hardened Steel Nozzle - 1.75mm Filament

$30.00 - $35.00
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Nozzle for your E3D hotend. Accepts 1.75mm filament

Available in 0.25mm, 0.3mm, 0.35mm, 0.4mm, 0.5mm, and 0.8mm sizes.

Package contents:

  • 1 hardened steel nozzle for E3D 1.75mm filament hotend (0.25mm, 0.3mm, 0.35mm, 0.4mm, 0.5mm, or 0.8mm)

Buy 3D printer nozzles in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!

SKU: V6-NOZZLE-HS-175-###

Reviews

5 out of 5 (based on 7 ratings)
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Fast shipping, product exactly as expected

5/5
Product came quick and works exactly as expected. I am now happily able to print in abrasive materials, finally! :)
Posted by Jason T, May 02, 2019

E3D Nozzle 0.25mm

5/5
Nozzle works great, what i love most is the shipping time and cost compared to ordering direct from UK!
Posted by Kris, April 22, 2019

Does the Job

4/5
Wanted to mess around with Carbon PLA and didn’t want to change my nozzle over and over. This does the job and now I won’t have to worry. A couple things to note, this fit my MP Mini V2 perfectly, it does seem to need a 10-20 degree heat increase as many articles say, and plastics stick to the nozzle more than the brass seems to do.
Posted by Jordan, April 03, 2019

Hardened 0.5mm

5/5
Hardened 0.5mm Good part for nylon carbon. I print 0.10mm layer nerver problem
Posted by Joel Daigle, March 01, 2019

Best upgrade for your E3D extruder

5/5
Finding a fasta dn relaible 3d compnay in Canda can be a challenge. So I was surprised and the quick delivery of my nozzle for the Pursa i3 Mk3. it was a very easy to swap and I do not have to worry about my nozzle being damaged over time.
Posted by Faiq, September 07, 2018

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Posted by Chris Bondy, August 28, 2018

For abrasive materials.

5/5
Hardened steel is for abrasive filaments. Stainless steel is for food safe filaments because brass contains lead. This is the one you need to print glow in the dark, carbon fiber, metalfil, stonefil, etc.
Posted by Dan C, August 20, 2017