E3D  Volcano Brass Nozzle - 1.75 mm

High-performance brass nozzles for your Volcano hot end with 1.75 mm filament

  • High performance
  • Fine details
  • More powerful, faster and bigger 3D prints
  • High flow rate
  • £7.80

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Item no.: E3D-VOLCANO-NOZZLE-175-1200, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 4025828685

  • High performance
  • Fine details
  • More powerful, faster and bigger 3D prints
  • High flow rate

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-VOLCANO-NOZZLE-175-1200
Manufacturer No.: VOLCANO-NOZZLE-175-1200
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Nozzles
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm

Description

Volcano brass nozzle

High-performance brass nozzles for your Volcano hot end. With the Volcano Hot-End Power-Up you can create stronger, faster and bigger prints in a very short time - from super fine to super fat layers! These nozzles are immediately compatible with the Lulzbot Moarstruder, but many RepRap 3D printers, including the Prusa i3, can be upgraded with a Volcano.

Volcano nozzles are super-fast printing nozzles for use with the Volcano block and packs for printing large layer heights at extremely high flow rates. Volcanic nozzles have extra long heated melting zones for ultimate melting speeds. The internal geometry has been carefully designed to optimise flow and throughput and to ensure that the nozzle tip is the correct size to flatten particularly wide print marks.

Number of marks Diameter
0 0.60 mm
1 0.80 mm
2 1.00 mm
3 1.20 mm
4 0.40 mm

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