Micro Swiss

Micro Swiss Nozzle Plated Wear Resistant RepRap - M6 Thread 1.75mm Filament (E3D V5-V6, Prusa i3 MK2)


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This is RepRap style nozzle, it is made from a 360 brass base material and plated with TwinClad XT coating. TwinClad XT is a nickel composite coating designed for very low friction. It offers one of the lowest coefficient of friction, better than nickel with PTFE co-deposit. This coating is also very hard and abrasion resistant. If you are working with abrasive Carbon Fiber, Stainless Steel, wood filled or any other metal filled filaments, this will greatly improve the life of your nozzle.

*M6 Thread 1.75mm filament diameter.

Orifice size available: 0.2mm, 0.25mm, 0.3mm, 0.4mm, 0.5mm, 0.6mm, 0.8mm


  • All printers with a E3D V4 / V5 / V6 1.75 Hotend
  • Prusa i3 MK2 / MK2S / MK3 / Mini
  • Anycubic

Buy a M6 thread Micro Swiss wear resistant nozzle in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!

SKU: MS-M6175###-RR


5 out of 5 (based on 3 ratings)
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Quality looked excellent. Prints exactly like it should.
Posted by undefined, April 08, 2019

Works and works well

So far so good. Because this nozzle is plated over brass, I haven't found I have to make any changes in temperature. I've printed ABS, PLA, woodfill, and glow in the dark all with no issues so far.
Posted by Steve, September 18, 2018

Solid performance

I bought this nozzle for 1 reason: - I wanted to reduce internal friction. E3d already has a nickel platted nozzle but its made of copper and copper is not as hard as brass. Nickle coated hard steel nozzles were an option but steel thermal conduction is pretty poor compared to brass. This Micro-swiss nozzle is made of brass and coated with nickel to reduce friction and increase wear resistance. Pros: - Doing my own hand feel of back pressure when manually pushing the filament in the hot end I found that I used significantly less force to push it through compared to the regular brass nozzle. - The design of the nozzle creates less flat surfaces for the hot filaments to stick on, which make it cleaner or at least easier to clean than the E3d nozzles. - The boar of the nozzle is a bit bigger than the E3d nozzle which creates a larger pool of molten filament to draw from while printing. This means more filament volume available at the melting zone and so, faster extrusion. - I looked at the nozzle through a magnifier and both the machining job and the coating is perfectly done. - The mass of this nozzle is more than the E3d nozzle which in my observation has caused less heat creep traveling upwards towards the hotend throat. I noticed that my cooling tower was significantly cooler @ 38 c compared when I used the regular E3d which was 42c. This means less chances for filament buckling while doing complex prints that requires too many retractions. Hence, less clogging. - All metal hotend don’t like gooey PLA and this results in all sorts of uneven extrusion and artifacts. My PLA prints has been transformed since i used it this nozzle and I think this is due to the low friction it has. - I ran a 3 days long print and had no clogging or any issues at all! Cons: - The only thing I can think of is that you need to do a new PID test and new calibration for your filaments printing settings.
Posted by TL , July 23, 2018