E3D Prusa V6 Hotend

Improved V6 hotend especially for the Prusa series

  • Replacement hotend
  • With V6 parts
  • Improved version
  • £62.20

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Item no.: E3D-PRUSA-V6-175-24V, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 8000020573

  • Replacement hotend
  • With V6 parts
  • Improved version
12V - Kit (MK2): £62.20
12V - Pre-assembled (MK2): £76.60
24V - Kit (MK3): £62.20
24V - pre-assembled (MK3): £76.60

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-PRUSA-V6-175-24V
Manufacturer No.: PRUSA-V6-175-24V
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Hot-Ends
Compatible with 3D Printers : Original Prusa i3 MK2, Original Prusa i3 MK2S, Original Prusa i3 MK3S, Original Prusa i3 MK2.5S
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm


The Prusa-specific iteration of the V6 Hotend - as a replacement for your original Prusa i3 MK3S / MK2.5S or MK2 / MK2S. Comes with the standard V6 components as well as a Prusa-specific thermistor, heat break, and 40 W heating cartridge.

The Prusa V6 Hotend offers the same all-metal high-performance reliability as the V6 while swapping out some of our standard components for Prusa-specific parts. These include a 40 W heating cartridge for higher output, a longer-wired thermistor and a heat break with Prusa-specific internal geometries - to improve retracts with the multi-material upgrade.

Please note that this Hotend does not come with the PTFE used by Prusa. Please keep the PTFE from your existing Hotend.

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