BROZZL All Metal Hot-End Upgrade Kit for Creality CR-10S Pro

Precision Hotend upgrade for the Creality CR-10S Pro

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  • Easy to use
  • Fast assembly
  • Precise manufacturing
  • incl. MK8 nozzle hardened steel

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Product information & technical details

Product types: Hot-Ends
Compatible with 3D Printers : Creality CR-10S Pro, Creality CR-10 Max, Creality CR-10S Pro V2
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm

Description

The BROZZL All-Metal Hot-End has been specially developed for high-temperature 3D printing. You can easily print a wide variety of materials up to 300 ° C. Thanks to the all-metal design and hardened nozzle, you can easily print with abrasive materials. There is no PTFE filament guide in the hot end that could be damaged by overheating. The internal hole roughness (≤ Ra0,4) and the accurate production tolerances also improve the print quality and enable a safer printing process.

The Heat Break is made of a titanium alloy that makes it more resistant to abrasive filaments and ensures excellent thermal insulation between the heating element and the cooling block.

No changes are required to your printer to install the BROZZ Hotend Upgrade Kit.

Features:

  • All-metal
  • High-temperature application (up to 300 ° C)
  • Easy to use
  • Wide range of materials
  • incl. MK8 nozzle hardened steel with 0.4 mm diameter

The BROZZL All-Metal Hot-End fits the following devices:

  • Creality CR-10S Pro

Delivery:

  • All-Metal Hotend incl. Heat break and heating block
  • MK8 nozzle hardened steel 0.4mm diameter
  • Silicon socks

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