3D SolexHard Core Tri-X

High end upgrade with 3 nozzles for the Ultimaker 3 & S5 series

Special offer

  • For Ultimaker 3 & S5 series
  • Instead of a Print Core (AA)
  • Incl. jet
  • Easy nozzle replacement
  • £150.45 £167.20 -10%

Price shown includes 20% VAT. Excludes delivery costs

Dispatch on 12.12.2018 - Pre-order possible

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Item no.: 3DSO-7072482001588, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 7072482001588

  • For Ultimaker 3 & S5 series
  • Instead of a Print Core (AA)
  • Incl. jet
  • Easy nozzle replacement

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: 3D Solex
Content: 1 pc
Compatible with 3D Printers : Ultimaker 3, Ultimaker 3 Extended, Ultimaker S5
Filament Diameter: 2,85 mm

Description

The original Ultimaker 3 & S5 Print Core upgraded to the Hard Core from 3D Solex is the ultimate tuning for your Ultimaker 3 and Ultimaker S5.

The Hard Core Tri-X by 3D Solex is intended as an exchange for Ultimaker's Print Core (AA).

The red anodized aluminium radiator makes the Hard Core easily recognizable.
The heating cartridge and the temperature sensor also have better contact with the block.

Each Hard Core Tri-X comes with matching tool and 3 nozzles.

The advantages of the Hard Core of 3D Solex:

  • Easy nozzle change
  • Different nozzle types and diameters
  • Less mass - the Hard Core is lighter than the original Print Core
  • Improved temperature distribution

The following nozzles are included in the various Tri-X versions:

  • Tri-X 25: 3x 0.25 mm nozzles
  • Tri-X 40: 3x 0.40 mm nozzles
  • Tri-X 50: 3x 0.50 mm nozzles
  • Tri-X 60: 3x 0.60 mm nozzles
  • Tri-X 80: 3x 0.80 mm nozzles
  • Tri-X 100: 3x 1.00 mm nozzles

More information

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

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The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hill, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.