PChero 5pcs 3D 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Printer Head + 5pcs 1.75mm Stainless Steel Nozzles Throat with PTFE Tube, for V6 Makerbot Printer

Specification:

Package Weight: 36 gram
Package Dimension: 13.2x13x1.5 cm

Brass Extruder Nozzle Spec.:

Color: Golden
Input Diameter: 1.75mm
Output Diameter: 0.4mm
Length: 12.42mm
Weight(1 pc): 3 gram.

Nozzles Throat Spec.:

Material: Stainless Steel
Filament Diameter : 1.75mm
Length:22.50mm
Weight(1pc): 3 gram.

Caution: Small parts, please keep away from children!!!

Package Included:

5 x M6 3D Printer 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head.
5x .75mm Stainless Steel Nozzle Throat with PTFE Tube

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Product Features

  • Package Includes – 5 pack 3D Printer 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head and 5 pack 3D Printer Extruder 1.75mm Stainless Steel Nozzle Throat(PTFF tube included).
  • Compatibility- compatible with all 1.75mm V6 Makerbot 3D printer, fits V6 1.75mm Extruder hot end.
  • General Installation – external thread connection.
  • Durable and heavy duty. Extruder Nozzle is made of brass, printer throat is made of stainless steel.
  • Attention: Small parts, please stay away from children.

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3 thoughts on “PChero 5pcs 3D 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Printer Head + 5pcs 1.75mm Stainless Steel Nozzles Throat with PTFE Tube, for V6 Makerbot Printer”

  1. Great nozzles, but Bowden heat breaks. After using the first nozzle I found that jamming was more frequent. The first one I used seemed to be fine for the first 4 prints and then jammed with filament. I figured, well it happens. I then proceeded to inspect another nozzle prior to installing it onto the printer. I could see some type of trash in the nozzle tip. At first I figured it was just dust or something. I attempted to clear it with a small wire like I’ve done before with plugged nozzles, but I could not clear the trash out. I…

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