E3D V6 All-Metal Hotend Bowden - 1.75 mm

Hot end for better printing results for Bowden and 1.75 mm filament


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Delivery by Wednesday, 08 June if you order today by 13:30.

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Features & Advantages

  • High temperature performance
  • All-Metal
  • Compact design
  • Easy installation

Item no.: E3D-V6-175-B-24V, Content: 1 pc, EAN: n/a

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-V6-175-B-24V
Manufacturer No.: V6-175-B- 24V
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Hot-Ends
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm


Our market-leading hot end: All metal design, British engineering, high-temperature performance. Customise your V6 to your 3D printer and add new features to take your 3D printing to the next level.

The E3D V6 hot end: smaller, simpler, more powerful

The E3D V6 is our market-leading hot end. If you want to learn more about the design process, read the blog posts!

01. Print the widest possible range of materials

Thanks to our all-metal design, you can reliably print high-temperature materials. E3D has added additional functions for soft and flexible filaments. This opens up a multitude of new possibilities for your printer.

02. High-temperature performance

With the included thermistor, the V6 can easily reach 285 ° C. By exchanging a thermistor for a thermocouple (additional electronics may be required) or PT100, you can reach over 400 ° C. In this way, you can not only print materials with extremely high temperatures such as polycarbonate and nylons, but also avoid hot-end melting errors associated with PTFE designs. Further information on the maximum temperature recommendation can be found on the documentation page.

03. Compact

We focused on removing as much bulk as possible from the E3D V6 hotend. This means a total length of only 62 mm and a small volume in the X / Y dimension!

04. Easy to use

Our new thermistor cartridge is simply inserted and secured with a single screw. We use high-temperature glass tubing to also insulate the thermistor wires. This makes installing or removing the thermistor a quick and clean process compared to previous methods that involve cumbersome glueing.

05. High-quality printing

We have maintained our sharp thermal transition, which provides the high print quality that E3D HotEnds users expect. A sharp thermal break allows better control of filament output, so you can start and stop faster while extruding, and make retract more effective. This means sharper, more accurate prints that create less stringing.

06. Adaptable

The V6 is a fully integrated part of the E3D ecosystem. Our range of nozzles and blocks gives you more options for deciding how you want to print. Choose from a variety of filament diameters and materials to take your print to the next level and upgrade to ultra-high-temperature printing!

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Questions & Answers about E3D V6 All-Metal Hotend Bowden - 1.75 mm

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  • I'm interested to upgrade my CR-10 V2 with a real all metal hot end and I want to know if and which of this E3D V6 All-Metal Hotend are compatible with my printer. Can you confirm?

    1 Answer, last answered on 07 June 2021

  • I want to switch my Geeetech A20m to a single extruder would this work and would I need to add any other upgrades tanks.

    This question has not been answered yet.

  • What would I need to mount this on an Ender 5?

    1 Answer, last answered on 11 September 2020

  • Is this hotend compatible with the Ender 3 Pro

    1 Answer, last answered on 23 September 2020

  • Is this compatible with the Anycubic i3?

    1 Answer, last answered on 05 February 2020

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