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Titanium E3D V6 Heat Break

$65.00

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These high-grade Titanium Heat Breaks are an upgrade to the stainless steel Heat Breaks that come as standard with E3D V6 HotEnds.

Since V5, the manufacturing processes for all E3D HeatBreaks has been overhauled to achieve a better internal surface finish than ever before. The improved internal surface finish helps to reduce extrusion force and improve reliability on retractions. They are capable of reliable high temperature performance for many years, but are somewhat delicate due to their fine machining

These special HeatBreaks are additionally made from Grade 5 Titanium. This material is exceptionally strong and has lower thermal conductivity than stainless steel, allowing you to keep the cold side of your HotEnd even colder. This creates a more sharply-defined meltzone within the hot side, creating greater extrusion control.

The increased strength of these breaks means that they are also much less likely to crack or snap, either while hot-tightening or on the occasional accidental collision with a printed part or printer bed.

Upgrade your 1.75mm V6 HotEnd with this aerospace-grade HeatBreak!

 

Package Contents:

  • Titanium E3D V6 break for 1.75mm or 3.00mm filament

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SKU: TTM-E3DV6BRK-###

Reviews

5 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings)
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Solid

5/5
Look, it's solid titanium. It's extremely well machined with excelling internal finishes as per E3Ds usual quality. It is conducts heat terribly making it perfect for being a heat break and titanium is strong AF. This thing does exactly what it should and does it perfectly.
Posted by Devon Pearce, March 21, 2019

Best heat break out there

5/5
Had clogging problems with the standard one while I was using ABS-CARBON. This fixed a lot of problems. High quality stuff, will definitively buy another one when I upgrade to a dual extruder setup.
Posted by undefined, January 05, 2019