BROZZL Brass Nozzles for Creatbot Printers

The allround nozzle for Creatbot in different diameters made of brass

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  • Smooth finish
  • Non-stick
  • High precision
  • Diameter tolerance ± 0.01 mm
  • £9.05
  • from 2 only £8.60 / pc -5%

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Only 5 items in stock

Delivery on Wednesday, 16 October: Order today until 09:00.

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Item no.: SCH-10901080, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 9120099289177

  • Smooth finish
  • Non-stick
  • High precision
  • Diameter tolerance ± 0.01 mm

Product information & technical details

Item no.: SCH-10901080
Manufacturer No.: 10901080
Manufacturers: BROZZL
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Nozzles
Compatible with 3D Printers : Creatbot DX , Creatbot DX Plus , Creatbot DE
Filament Diameter: 2,85 mm

Description

The BROZZL brass nozzle for Creatbot 3D printers.

The most popular nozzles are still made of brass. Why? Because the material is quite cheap despite numerous positive characteristics.

The brass material conducts heat perfectly and does not corrode with standard filament. Thus, it has the best conditions for the most common materials such as PLA, ABS, PETG and more making it wonderful to work with.

Unfortunately, brass is reaching its limits with abrasive particle materials. Metal, wood, carbon or glow in the dark filaments are too much for brass to handle.
Nonetheless, the brass nozzles remain our absolute all-rounder and belong to every printer out there.

Features

  • High heat resistance
  • Smooth surface finish
  • Non-stick
  • Diameter tolerance: ± 0.01 mm
  • Roundness: ≤ 0.02 mm
  • Inner hole roughness: ≤ Ra0.4

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