E3D High-precision Heating Cartridge

Highest precision and reliability

  • Precise temperature output
  • Reliable
  • Maximum thermal efficiency
  • Durable
  • £18.75

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Delivery on Monday, 28 September: Order before Monday at 06:30.

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Item no.: E3D-E-HEATER-HP-12V-40W-KIT, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 8000021778

  • Precise temperature output
  • Reliable
  • Maximum thermal efficiency
  • Durable

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-E-HEATER-HP-12V-40W-KIT
Manufacturer No.: E-HEATER-HP-12V-40W-KIT
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Drucker Upgrades, Hot-Ends

Description

With these new heating cartridges, E3D has succeeded in improving the already first-class 30-watt heating cartridges. A connector has also been added so that in combination with the thermistor you can now change the hot ends without having to change the entire cable routing. The supplied cable is provided with wire end sleeves at the other end to make it easier to insert the new cartridge.

Bring your hot end to the highest temperatures quickly and reliably with these new, high-gloss cartridges.

Each heater is supplied with a meter of silicone insulated high-temperature cable and is available with 12V or 24V.

Main features

  • High-precision temperature output
  • Improved reliability
  • Long lifetime
  • Consistent performance

Additional data

  • Power: 30W or 40W
  • Length: 21 mm
  • Diameter: 6 mm
  • Cable length: 1000 mm
  • Connection: Molex Microfit 3.0
  • Clamp: E7608
  • Cartridge to connector length: 143 mm

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