BCN3D  Hotend by E3D

Full metal hotends for reliable extrusion

  • High-end hotends
  • For all versions of Sigma and Sigmax
  • Highest quality
  • £78.00

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Delivery on Monday, 24 February: Order before Thursday at 06:30.

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Item no.: BCN-11920, Content: 1 pc

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  • High-end hotends
  • For all versions of Sigma and Sigmax
  • Highest quality
0.3 mm: £78.00
0.4 mm: £73.70
0.5 mm: £95.40
0.6 mm: £73.70
0.8 mm: £78.00
1.0 mm: £78.00

Product information & technical details

Item no.: BCN-11920
Manufacturer No.: 11920
Manufacturers: BCN3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Hot-Ends
Compatible with 3D Printers : BCN3D Sigma, BCN3D Sigmax
Filament Diameter: 2,85 mm


Fully assembled all-metal hotend, optimized and manufactured by global specialist e3D ™, which ensures the highest quality standards and enables smooth and reliable extrusion in various printing environments.

The BCN3D printers allow printing with various hot-end sizes: 0.3, 0.4, 0.5 (steel nozzle), 0.6, 0.8 and 1.0 mm. Small nozzles are ideal for detailed models. Instead, large nozzles enable the production of more resistant parts or for fast printouts.

This Hotend version can be used in any Sigma or Sigmax printer, regardless of version.

How to choose the right hotend?

The finest quality of workmanship ensures the best filament extrusion.
Improved heat dissipation for better heat transfer. More accurate reading and consistent extrusion thanks to sophisticated electronics. Compiled by e3D, which ensures the best quality control by a skilled team of engineers.

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