E3D Volcano Upgrade Kit - 1.75 mm

Print larger models at higher speeds with 1.75 mm filament

  • Modular upgrade
  • Print faster
  • Easy upgrade
  • Reduced printing time
  • £34.90

Price shown includes 20% VAT. Excludes delivery costs

Dispatch on 11.09.2020

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Item no.: E3D-VOLCANO-STARTER-12V-175, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 7025854906

  • Modular upgrade
  • Print faster
  • Easy upgrade
  • Reduced printing time
12V incl. 1 nozzle: £34.90
12V incl. 4 nozzles: £41.35
24V incl. 1 nozzle: £34.90
24V incl. 4 nozzles: £41.35

Product information & technical details

Item no.: E3D-VOLCANO-STARTER-12V-175
Manufacturer No.: VOLCANO-STARTER-12V-175
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Hot-Ends
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm


Volcano upgrade: stronger, faster and bigger!


E3D Volcano is the answer to slow printing. If you need large parts with dramatically increased strength in less than half the time, the Volcano is the one for you. With Volcano, you can print through large nozzles at high layer heights and extrude much more plastic per second. This leads to drastically reduced printing times.


In addition to the reduced printing time, the wide filament channels printed by the Volcano combine speed with much-improved strength. This leads to parts that are extremely strong and feel much firmer than standard prints.


With larger 3D prints, however, the time to print these objects increases exponentially. Volcano makes large printers profitable and can produce large objects much more efficiently by reducing printing times by more than half compared to standard printing. The combination of speed and strength enables Volcano to print objects of a whole new class.

The sets include the following nozzles:

  • 1 nozzle: 0.80 mm
  • 4 nozzles: 0.60 / 0.80 / 1.00 / 1.20 mm

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