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E3D v6 Nozzle Fun Pack - 1.75mm Filament


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Looking for a variety of brass nozzles? The nozzle fun pack contains a variety of nozzle diameters allowing you to experiment with different layer heights and track widths. Please note - these nozzles are not compatible with E3D Cyclops and Volcano HotEnds.

V6 Nozzles:

V6 nozzles are designed for use with the E3D V6 heater block. Modify your HotEnd to be able to print with small nozzle orifices to achieve fine details or larger nozzle orifice sizes for more substantial, stronger prints. 


Brass nozzles, featuring E3D’s signature internal geometry, have optimal thermal properties for everyday printing, providing smooth layers for standard non-abrasive applications. Rated to a max temperature of 300°C.

Pack contains:

  • 1 x 0.25mm brass nozzle
  • 1 x 0.3mm brass nozzle
  • 1 x 0.35mm brass nozzle
  • 1 x 0.5mm brass nozzle
  • 1 x 0.6mm brass nozzle
  • 1 x 0.8mm brass nozzle
  • 1 x E3D nozzle spanner

Buy an E3D v6 brass nozzle fun pack in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!



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Great choice of nozzle sizes

Precision nozzles for various feature sizes. Handy storage tin.
Posted by undefined, June 26, 2017

Misleading but good nozzles

The description says " set in a laser-cut plywood stand for easy nozzle identification " but that is not true. Also the sticker shows steel but brass is the only option. The tin from E3D has the logo on it whereas the Spool3D tin is plain. Assuming the nozzles are legit though. Hi Chris. E3D recently switched to the tin - the description must not have been updated, but the photo was. Also, the sticker inside the tin shows brass, stainless steel, hardened steel standard and volcano dot markers for easy ID. E3D has plans in the future to bring all those nozzle types in to packs as well - assuming they'll use the same sticker for all packs. -Spool3D
Posted by Chris Garrett, March 28, 2017