Micro-Swiss All Metal Hotend Kit for the CR-6 SE

Upgrade for Creality CR-6 SE & CR-6 SE Max

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  • Titanium alloy heat break
  • Well defined melting zone
  • Aluminium heating block
  • £69.80

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Delivery on Friday, 13 August: Order before Monday at 10:00.

Diameter: 0.4 mm

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Item no.: MS-M2710-04, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 769407527953

  • Titanium alloy heat break
  • Well defined melting zone
  • Aluminium heating block

Product information & technical details

Item no.: MS-M2710-04
Manufacturer No.: M2710-04
Manufacturers: Micro-Swiss
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Hot-Ends
Compatible with 3D Printers : Creality CR-6 SE, Creality CR-6 SE Max
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm

Description

This is an all-metal hotend kit for CR-6 SE 3D printers. The installation requires absolutely no changes to the 3D printer. The uniquely designed cooling block eliminates the need for a thermal tube. By not having a separate thermal tube inside the cooling block, it allows for faster heat dissipation.

The thermal heat break is made of a grade 5 titanium alloy to ensure excellent thermal insulation between the heating element and the cooling block. Titanium is an extremely strong material and offers almost three times lower thermal conductivity than stainless steel, which creates a more defined melting zone.

Compatible with:

  • CR-6 SE
  • CR-6 SE Max

Included in the kit:

  • Aluminium cooling block
  • Titanium heat break
  • Aluminium heating block
  • Coated, wear-resistant MK8 4mm nozzle
  • Silicone sock
  • Hardware kit

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The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hull, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.