3D Solex Hard Core PVA (BB)

High-End Upgrade Print Core for the Ultimaker 3 series

  • Compatible with the Ultimaker 3 series
  • In place of the Print Core (BB)
  • Incl. nozzles
  • Easy interchange of nozzles
  • £171.10

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Content: Incl. 3 nozzles

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Item no.: 3DSO-HCSIX-PVA-BB-2, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 7072482001571

  • Compatible with the Ultimaker 3 series
  • In place of the Print Core (BB)
  • Incl. nozzles
  • Easy interchange of nozzles

Product information & technical details

Item no.: 3DSO-HCSIX-PVA-BB-2
Manufacturer No.: HCSIX-PVA-BB-2
Manufacturers: 3D Solex
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Printer Spare Parts , Hot-Ends
Compatible with 3D Printers : Ultimaker 3 , Ultimaker 3 Extended , Ultimaker S5
Filament Diameter: 2,85 mm

Description

The original Ultimaker 3 Print Core upgraded to the Hard Core by 3D Solex offers the ultimate tuning for your Ultimaker 3.

  • The Hard Core (BB) is a drop-in replacement for the standard Print Core BB by Ultimaker.
  • The aluminium cooler is now red making it more recognisable.
  • The heater and temp sensor have better contact with the block.

The benefits of the Hard Core by 3D Solex:

  • Easy interchange of nozzles
  • Various nozzle types & diameters
  • Lower weight - the Hard Core is lighter than the original Core Print
  • Improved temperature distribution

The contents of the Hard Core PVA (BB) includes:

  • Hard Core
  • 0.40 & 0.60 mm Hard Core nozzles
  • Tools for changing nozzles

If the nozzle gets clogged by PVA; just change nozzle without having to replace the entire Print Core.

More information

After replacing the Print Core, we recommend recalibrating the 3D printer.

The hard core nozzles only fit into the hard core block.

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