Micro-Swiss Coated Nozzle for the Ultimaker 2+

Sturdy and wear-resistant nozzle for Ultimaker 2+

  • Low friction
  • Very sturdy
  • TwinClad XT coating
  • £16.40
  • from 2 only £15.56 / pc -5%

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Item no.: MS-M2551-0.6, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 640970862354

  • Low friction
  • Very sturdy
  • TwinClad XT coating

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2 Micro-Swiss Coated Nozzle for the Ultimaker 2+

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Product information & technical details

Item no.: MS-M2551-0.6
Manufacturer No.: M2551-0.6
Manufacturers: Micro-Swiss
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Nozzles
Compatible with 3D Printers : Ultimaker 2+, Ultimaker 2+ Extended
Nozzle Diameter: 0,2 mm, 0,25 mm, 0,3 mm, 0,4 mm, 0,5 mm, 0,6 mm, 0,8 mm
Filament Diameter: 2,85 mm

Description

This MK10 nozzle is made of brass and coated with TwinClad XT. Due to this nickel coating, the nozzle has very low friction.

The TwinClad XT coating is very sturdy and abrasion resistant.
The nozzles are characterized a very long life and thus facilitate 3D printing with abrasive filaments such as carbon, metal, glow-in-the-dark etc.

The nozzle fits the following 3D printers:

  • Ultimaker 2+
  • Ultimaker 2+ Extended
  • Olsson block
  • E3D 3mm filament
  • ...

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