E3DV6 Plated Copper Alloy Nozzle - 3.00mm Filament

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Plated Copper-Alloy Nozzle



These nozzles are engineered for ultimate high temperature performance. Made from a special high temperature copper-alloy with a softening point of well above 500C, and much-increased thermal conductivity these copper nozzles are perfect for high temperature applications, while working perfectly with everyday filaments like PLA, ABS and spoolWorks EDGE.

In addition to high temperature performance these blocks have an advanced nickel based plating, this plating considerably reduces the adhesion of plastic to the nozzle. This is great for everyday filaments keeping things clean and shiny, but is particularly important at temperatures above 300C where a silicone sock can't be used.

Combine with our plated copper blocks for the ultimate extrusion pairing.

Why Copper?



Copper has more than 3x the thermal conductivity of brass, and the copper alloy we use has been hardened and treated to reduce the oxidation that occurs in copper at high temperatures. The higher thermal conductivity will also slightly increase your heat-up times, and can provide tighter temperature control.

This copper-alloy is very temperature resilient, and will not start to soften or anneal until way beyond 500°C, making it perfect for the high-temperature printing that other nozzles can't handle.

Product Specs



  • Copper-alloy nozzle with nickel plating
  • Resistant to temperatures beyond 500°C
  • Very shiny
# MarksNozzle Size
0 0.25mm
1 0.30mm
2 0.35mm
3 0.40mm
6* 0.50mm
4 0.60mm
5 0.80mm
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Package contents:

  • 1 nozzle for E3D 3.00mm filament hotend (0.25mm, 0.30mm, 0.35mm, 0.40mm, 0.50mm, 0.60mm, or 0.80mm)

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SKU: COP-E3D300-NZ###


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The nickel plating on this is quite effective, the melted plastic just comes cleans off. The nozzle just glides across the layers without having much plastics sticking. As a result, there is much less globbing with goopy plastics like PETG. Prints generally come out cleaner, especially the first layer. Interestingly, there is much less stringing. On a side note: Copper has a much higher thermal conductivity than brass (3x-4x), as well as higher specific heat capacity. In theory, that should mean much better performance and faster prints. Personally, I don't see a significant difference, even when printing polycarbonate. I am no professional, but I imagine for fast printers with the Vulcano, it would matter a lot more.
Posted by Tom Hsia, October 12, 2019