Micro-SwissMK10 All Metal Hotend Kit

Upgrade for Standard MK10 PTFE Hotends

  • Higher temperatures possible
  • Faster extrusion possible
  • Abrasion secure
  • Less retract necessary
  • $51.66
  • from 2 only $46.13 / pc -11%

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Diameter: 0,4 mm

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Item no.: MS-M2559-0.4, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 866086000200

  • Higher temperatures possible
  • Faster extrusion possible
  • Abrasion secure
  • Less retract necessary

Product information & technical details

Item no.: MS-M2559-0.4
Manufacturer No.: M2559-0.4
Manufacturers: Micro-Swiss
Content: 1 pc
Category : 3D Printer Spare Parts , Hot-Ends
Compatible with 3D Printers : Wanhao Duplicator i3
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm

Description

The All Metal Hotend kit by Micro-Swiss for the MK10 extruder.

This upgrade includes a modified thermal barrier and a modified nozzle.

The thermal barrier is made of two different materials. The lower part is made of stainless steel and the upper part is made out of aluminium.

Thus, the heat is separated in the thermal barrier. By dispensing with PTFE in the Hotend, the printer can print at higher temperatures.

Fits for the following 3D printers:

  • FlashForge Creator Pro
  • FlashForge Creator X
  • FlashForge Dreamer
  • Dremel Idea Builder
  • PowerSpec 3D Pro
  • PowerSpec 3D X
  • PowerSpec Ultra 3D Printer
  • Wanhao Duplicator 4S
  • Wanhao Duplicator 4X
  • Wanhao i3
  • Monoprice Maker Select 3D Printer v2
  • Cocoon Create 3D Printer
  • ...

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Contents:

  • 1x coated nozzle 0.4 mm
  • 1x heat exchanger
  • 1x thermal compound

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