E3D  V6 Brass Nozzle - 3.00 mm

High-performance V6 brass nozzles in different sizes for 3 mm filament

  • Smooth finish
  • High performance
  • Fine details
  • High precision
  • $9.74

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Item no.: E3D-V6-NOZZLE-300-400, Content: 1 pc

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  • Smooth finish
  • High performance
  • Fine details
  • High precision
Undrilled: $9.74
0.15 mm: $24.49
0.25 mm: $14.66
0.30 mm: $12.24
0.35 mm: $10.99
0.40 mm: $9.74
0.50 mm: $9.74
0.60 mm: $9.74
0.80 mm: $9.74

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-V6-NOZZLE-300-400
Manufacturer No.: V6-NOZZLE-300-400
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Nozzles
Filament Diameter: 2,85 mm


The largest selection of high-performance brass nozzles on the market, which were developed for 3D printing of perfectly smooth layers. Upgrade your 3D printer to print fine details or large parts with the V6 nozzles from E3D.

Compatible with all 3D printers using the E3D V6 (M6 thread) ecosystem, including Prusa i3 3D printers. The internal geometry of the V6 nozzles has been optimised to reduce back pressure and ensure smooth, easy filament flow while improving the retraction effect. The flat nozzle tip, which flattens the layer, was designed individually for each nozzle size. A small nozzle diameter ensures high precision, and a large diameter supports the uniform printing of larger layers.

All nozzles in the series can be identified individually by markings on the flats of the hexagon head, which makes working even more convenient.

Number of marks Diameter
2 diagonal 0.15 mm
0 0.25 mm
1 0.30 mm
2 0.35 mm
3 0.40 mm
6 0.50 mm
4 0.60 mm
5 0.80 mm

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The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hill, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.