BROZZL Hardened Steel Nozzle for the Zortrax M series

High strength hardened steel nozzles for the Zortrax M series in various diameters

  • Smooth finish
  • Non-stick
  • High precision
  • Diameter tolerance ± 0.01 mm
  • £20.20
  • from 2 only £19.19 / pc -5%

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Delivery on Monday, 17 August: Order before Monday at 06:30.

Material:
  • BROZZL Brass Nozzles for the Zortrax M series
  • Hardened Steel Nozzle for the Zortrax M series
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Item no.: SCH-10403040, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 9120099288781

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

Product information & technical details

Item no.: SCH-10403040
Manufacturer No.: 10403040
Manufacturers: BROZZL
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Nozzles
Compatible with 3D Printers : Zortrax M200, Zortrax M300
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm
Nozzle Diameter: 0,4 mm, 0,6 mm, 0,8 mm

Description

The BROZZL nozzle for the Zortrax M200 & M300 made of hardened steel.

Hardened steel nozzles are perfect for processing filaments with abrasive particles. The specially hardened steel nozzles are virtually indestructible in the area of 3D printing. Whether glow-in-the-dark, carbon, metal or wood filaments - hardened steel nozzles are just right. Hardened steel is barely worn out by abrasive filaments and our experience has shown that a nozzle made of this material may last longer than a printer itself. So if you're not just working with standard materials, then these hardened steel nozzles with different nozzle diameters will be in your Repertoire.

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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