Slice engineering Copperhead Hotend for the DDX

Suitable configuration for the Bondtech DDX extruder

  • For the Bondtech DDX
  • High-quality materials
  • Up to 450 ° C
  • Bimetallic heat break
  • $124.60 $124.60 -5%

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Content: 1 Set

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Item no.: BTE-SLE-CH-DDX, Content: 1 set

  • For the Bondtech DDX
  • High-quality materials
  • Up to 450 ° C
  • Bimetallic heat break

Product information & technical details

Item no.: BTE-SLE-CH-DDX
Manufacturers: Slice engineering
Content: 1 set
Product types: Hot-Ends

Description

This Copperhead Hotend-Set is the right configuration for the installation with the Bondtech DDX Direct Drive eXtruder.

To use this Copperhead hotend on your DDX, you also need the DDX adapter set for Copperhead.

High-performance hotend from Slice Engineering

The Copperhead Hotend is designed for temperatures of up to 450 ° C and can therefore process almost any filament. It uses the same bimetal heat break technology as the groundbreaking Mosquito Hotend to optimise heat transfer and reduce heat creep. A modern design and high-quality materials are used, including a hardened heater block made from a nickel-copper alloy and a bimetal heat break made from stainless steel and copper alloy.

Important: This set does not contain a nozzle!

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