Slice engineering Mosquito Magnum+ Liquid Bundle
Liquid-cooled hotend as a set with Eisele elbow fittings, thermistor, nozzle insulator and heating cartridge
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Features & Advantages
- Bimetallic Heat Break technology
- Temperature resistant up to 500 °C
- High filament compatibility
- Thermally optimised
Item no.: BTE-14300-B, Content: 1 set
Product information & technical details
|Filament Diameter:||1,75 mm, 2,85 mm|
The Mosquito Magnum+ Liquid Bundle includes a hotend, thermistor, nozzle insulator, Eisele elbow fittings and cartridge heater. Simply select the appropriate version under "Configure now".
Industry Leading Hotend
The Mosquito Magnum+ Liquid Bundle has all the advantages of the Mosquito product line, such as the Bimetallic Heat Break technology, a temperature resistance of 500 °C, the ability to print all filaments from basic PLA to medical-grade PAEK, and the rigid roll cage structure, which enables the famous One-Handed Nozzle Change.
The liquid cooling block is precision machined from a corrosion-resistant bronze alloy and can be used with most coolants on the market.
- Filament contacts the hot block directly for maximum heat transfer efficiency
- Improved structural strength, ideal for large format printers and non-planar printing
- Prints PLA at up to 88 mm3/s and ABS at up to 91 mm3/s
- Increased speed without losing resolution
- Only 30% heavier than a standard Mosquito hotend but with 3.5 times the power
- Expandable heating power, up to 100W
- Redundant temperature sensor sockets
- Optional nozzle insulator for 500 °C
- Uses standard length (12.5mm) Vanadium™ and Bridgemaster™ nozzles for Ø1.75nn or Ø2.85mm filament sizes
Assembling the Mosquito Magnum+ Liquid
The Mosquito Magnum+ Liquid comes as a parts package. You can find assembly instructions here: Mosquito Magnum Liquid Cooled assembly instructions
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