Slice engineering Mosquito

High-end hotend for all filament materials

  • Perfect heat transfer
  • Temperatures up to 450 ° C possible
  • Flexible installation
  • Easy nozzle change
  • £145.50

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Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: BTE-14200, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 850005423102

  • Perfect heat transfer
  • Temperatures up to 450 ° C possible
  • Flexible installation
  • Easy nozzle change

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: Slice engineering
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Hot-Ends
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm

Description

A thermal insulator protects the fusion zone from the effects of active cooling and radiant heat loss. The heat transfer rate is only 3 W / m * K. This means that you can fully rely on the speed of your print while maintaining the high-resolution benefits of the standard Mosquito

The fusion zone is extended proximally upwards to maintain a small form factor.

Your 3D printer can deliver high-resolution prints that other desktop printers cannot reach.

The Mosquito Magnum can be adapted to virtually any printer. By replacing a component you have the high-performance benefits. Since the Mosquito and Mosquito Magnum are the same lengths, any combination of these hotends can be mounted on an extruder.

You can process engineering plastics up to 450 ° C.

Mosquito is currently only available for 1.75mm filament.

Further highlights:

  • Superior heat transfer performance
  • Easy nozzle change
  • Greater temperature operating range
  • Modular/customisable to almost any FFF / FDM printer
  • Ideal for multiple extrusion systems
  • Light

The Mosquito Hot-End fits 1.75mm E3D nozzles.

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