Zodiac high-end nozzles for belt printers

  • Extremely hard
  • Resistant to high temperatures
  • Highest wear resistance
  • Lowest friction
  • $59.16
  • from 2 only $56.36 / pc -5%

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Delivery on Monday, 08 November: Order before Monday at 13:30.

  • ZODIAC BP1 CRB Nozzle
  • ZODIAC BP1 PRO nozzle
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Item no.: ZOD-Z-1011, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 9180002880129

  • Extremely hard
  • Resistant to high temperatures
  • Highest wear resistance
  • Lowest friction

Product information & technical details

Item no.: ZOD-Z-1011
Manufacturer No.: Z-1011
Manufacturers: ZODIAC
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Nozzles
Compatible with 3D Printers : Creality CR-30 Printmill
Nozzle Diameter: 0,4 mm, 0,6 mm
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm


The extremely tough PRO series from ZODIAC!

ZODIAC PRO nozzles are our recommendation for professional users with high print volumes.

During the development and production of the PRO series, all technical possibilities were exhausted in order to achieve maximum performance.

Compared to the CRB series, the coating has been further improved in order to achieve even greater resistance and even lower friction.

The aim of all these efforts is to offer a nozzle with maximum service life and the best possible printing result. Even with demanding filaments, the nozzle only needs to be changed very rarely.

Features and benefits:

  • One of the toughest nozzles available (up to 3,900 HV)
  • Resistant to high temperatures (up to 600 ° C)
  • Highest wear resistance
  • Lowest coefficient of friction

Compatible with: (Beltprinter)

  • Creality CR-30 3D Print mill
  • iFactory One

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