TRILAB Volcano Printhead

Volcano Upgrade for the DeltiQ 2 & DeltiQ 2 Plus

  • For larger nozzle diameters
  • Handy upgrade
  • Easy exchange
  • Improved printing speed
  • Better layer adhesion
  • £223.50

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Only 2 items in stock

Delivery on Monday, 24 May: Order before Wednesday at 10:00.

Model type : DeltiQ 2

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Item no.: TLAB-PHDQ2VOLC, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 8594207041918

  • For larger nozzle diameters
  • Handy upgrade
  • Easy exchange
  • Improved printing speed
  • Better layer adhesion

Product information & technical details

Item no.: TLAB-PHDQ2VOLC
Manufacturer No.: PHDQ2VOLC
Manufacturers: TRILAB
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Drucker Upgrades
Compatible with 3D Printers : TRILAB DeltiQ 2, TRILAB DeltiQ 2 Plus

Description

The Volcano print head is an exchangeable replacement print head for the TRILAB DeltiQ 2 3D printer.

The E3D Volcano Hotend is a practical upgrade and ensures optimal filament extrusion when using larger nozzle diameters (0.6 mm; 0.8 mm or higher).

Improved printing speed

Due to its larger melting zone, higher and wider layers can be printed with the Volcano Hotend. This improves the printing speed drastically.

Better layer adhesion

In addition to the shorter printing time, the thick filament adheres better and stronger between the layers. This makes the printed parts very strong and stable and less brittle.

Possibility of larger prints

Printing speed is an important factor, especially when printing large models. With the Volcano Hotend, printing such models is much more efficient and faster.

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Did you know?

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.