3D Solex Heater Cartridge 50W UM2 / +

50W Heater Cartridge for the Ultimaker 2 / + Series

  • High quality spare parts
  • 50W power
  • Tested & Approved
  • £36.45

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Item no.: 3DSO-7072482000451, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 7072482000451

  • High quality spare parts
  • 50W power
  • Tested & Approved

Product information & technical details

Item no.: 3DSO-7072482000451
Manufacturer No.: 7072482000451
Manufacturers: 3D Solex
Content: 1 pc

Description

With the 50W Cartridge Heater Your Ultimaker 2 / + heats up much faster.

The 3D Solex immersion heater (Heater Cartridge) 50W is suitable for the following devices:

  • Ultimaker 2+
  • Ultimaker 2
  • Ultimaker 2 Extended +
  • Ultimaker 2 Extended
  • Ultimaker Go

The heating element heats the printhead of the Ultimaker 2 / + series.

More information

Warning: Can cause problems in connection with Olsson block clones. (Due to the poor tolerance of the clones)
Should there be a dual type extruder upgrade for Ultimaker 2 / +, it can lead to problems because the original power is not sufficient for two 50W cartridges.

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