BROZZL Ruby Nozzle for the Volcano Hotend

Ruby nozzle for E3D Volcano in different diameters

  • Smooth finish
  • Non-stick
  • High precision
  • Diameter tolerance ± 0.01 mm
  • $109.16
  • from 2 only $103.81 / pc -5%

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Only 1 item in stock

Delivery on Monday, 24 August: Order before Thursday at 13:30.

Material:
  • BROZZL Brass Nozzles for Volcano Hotends
  • Hardened Steel Nozzles for the E3D Volcano Hotend
  • BROZZL Ruby Nozzle for the Volcano Hotend
  • BROZZL Plated Copper Nozzle for Volcano

Diameter: 0.4 mm

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Item no.: SCH-10604040, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 9120099288989

  • Smooth finish
  • Non-stick
  • High precision
  • Diameter tolerance ± 0.01 mm

Product information & technical details

Item no.: SCH-10604040
Manufacturer No.: 10604040
Manufacturers: BROZZL
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Nozzles
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm
Nozzle Diameter: 0,4 mm

Description

The BROZZL Ruby nozzle for E3D Volcano (High Flow 1.75 mm) is suitable for many different 3D printers.

The BROZZL Ruby nozzles are for those who have very special requirements or just want to give their printer a wonderful gemstone. What makes a Ruby nozzle so special? Both the excellent heat conduction and the precise processing of brass meets the high degree of hardness of a ruby. This allows materials with coarse and abrasive particles to be processed excellently in the long term.

And honestly - an absolutely brilliant sight like this sparkling gem that turns filament into technical art is a wonder to behold.

Features

  • High heat resistance
  • Smooth surface finish
  • Non-stick
  • Diameter tolerance: ± 0.01 mm
  • Roundness: ≤ 0.02 mm
  • Inner hole roughness: ≤ Ra0.4

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