Extruder Part Hot End, MACTISICAL 3D Printer Hot End Assembled Extruder Kits Hictop Parts Accessory with 1.75mm Filament Direct Feed 12V Extruder 0.4mm Nozzle

100% Brand new and Premium Professional Grade MACTISICAL 3D Printer Hot End Assembled Extruder Kits Hictop Parts Accessory .

Specification
Type: Assembled Extruder Kits
The kits include: 1 pc Aluminum Heater Block, 1 pc 1.75MM Tube and 1 pc 0.4MM Brass Extruder Nozzle (extra 4pcs for spare)
Pre-wired thermistor to the updated heater block
Input Diameter: 1.75mm
Output diameter: 0.4mm
Voltage: 12V
Extruder Tube
Type: Nozzle Throat
Compatibility: 3D Printer
Outer Thread: M6
Nozzle Throat Outer Diameter: 7mm
Nozzle Throat Inner Diameter: 4mm
Teflon Pipe Inner Diameter: 2mm
Length: 26mm
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Material: Stainless Steel
Extruder Brass Nozzle
Nozzle: 0.4mm
Input Diameter: 1.75mm
Output Diameter: 0.4mm
Material: copper (brass)
Size: 5*13mm

Package Content:
1 x Assembled Extruder Kits
4 x 3D Printer Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head (0.4mm)

Attention: Small parts, keep away from children

Product Features

  • ★ WELL MADE- New material with superior quality stainless throat, heater cartridge and High-grade Aluminum block for best connectivity and long life.
  • ★ PRECISION MATCHING – Chamfer design, much easier for feeding; Sandblastng surface & anodic oxidation treatment.
  • ★ EXQUISITE WORKMANSHIP – Capable of printing high temperature melting plastics such as polycarbonate and nylon.
  • ★ MULTIFUNCTION – Hotend can be used for both: direct feed and bowden applications. Good for ABS, PLA and other conventional print materials.
  • ★ MEET YOUR NEEDS –  The item is a 3D printer extruder which saves 35% more power, compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS printer.

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Finland's First 3D Printed Aircraft Engine Part Takes to the Skies in Maiden Flight

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T25 Sensor Housing – first 3D printed component in GE90 jet engine.

One field that 3D printing technology has definitely made a major impact on over the last several years is aerospace – so much so, in fact, that the FAA is currently working to develop a plan on how to deal with the increased rate at which the industry is adopting 3D printing.

The technology is very useful in manufacturing aircraft, as it can reduce the weight of components, as well as producing parts with reduced complexity that offer consistent quality and repeatable characteristics. These features can lower energy expenditures and cost, while also increasing aircraft performance, in the aerospace and defense industry, and a wide variety of aircraft, from drones to jets and rockets, now use 3D printed parts.

Many of these aircraft feature 3D printed engine parts, which can help reduce the total number of pieces that make up the component…which, again, helps with weight reduction. By using 3D printing technology to make the parts for an aircraft engine, companies can also see other benefits as well, including an increase in power and a decrease in fuel burn.

Patria, headquartered in Finland, provides security, defense, and aviation life cycle support services, as well as technology solutions. The company, which is jointly owned by the Norwegian Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS and the Finnish state, operates all over the world, with offices and projects in the US, the UAE, Sweden, South Africa, Poland, Norway, Estonia, and Croatia. It is Finland’s primary source for the maintenance, repair, and over-haul (MRO) of military aircraft engines.

[Image: Patria]

The company’s Aviation and Aerostructures business units have over 90 years of experience in the industry, offering assembly, flight training, maintenance and modifications of aircraft and helicopters, and parts manufacturing. In addition, the units offer life-cycle support services for aircraft and helicopters, which covers engine, equipment, and fuselage repair, along with training and maintenance.

Patria has long been involved in using modern manufacturing methods to fabricate and repair different parts and components for aircraft, and has spent more than two years working on the manufacturing process for a new 3D printed part. That hard work has finally paid off, as the country’s first 3D printed aircraft engine part, installed in the F/A-18 Hornet strike-fighter, recently went on its successful maiden flight.

“For this part, the development work has been done over the last two years, with the aim of exploring the manufacturing process for 3D-printable parts, from drawing board to practical application,” said Ville Ahonen, the Vice President of Patria’s Aviation business unit. “Using 3D printing to make parts enables a faster process from customer need to finished product, as well as the creation of newer, better structures. We will continue research on additive manufacturing methods, with the aim of making the new technology more efficient.”

F/A-18 Hornet [Image: US Navy]

The 3D printed aircraft engine part was fabricated using the Inconel 625 superalloy, which is nickel-based and has been used before to manufacture turbine blades. The company was granted approval from the Military Design Organization Approval (MDOA) and the Finnish Military Aviation Authority (FMAA), in accordance with European Military Aviation Requirements (EMARs), to 3D print the part, which was designed in accordance with the MDOA approval.

Discuss this and other 3D printing topics at 3DPrintBoard.com or share your thoughts in the Facebook comments below.

[Source: Patria]

Creality Aluminum MK8 Extruder Drive Feed for CR-10 CR-10S 3D Printer Part by Luxnwatts

Welcome to order from Luxnwatts for Creality 3D Printer Parts

Package List:
Mounting screws
Aluminum MK8 extruder frame, with bored intake hole
Bushing
Spring
Brass extruder drive gear
35 mm long Teflon intake guide. (keeps filament away from Z-screw rod)
Special Bowden tube fitting (improved over stock)
For all 1.75 mm filament

Notice: Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or problem for our products, we will reply you within 24 hours, thank you

Product Features

  • This is Creality Original Part for CR-10/CR-10S S4 S5 3D Printer
  • It is Aluminum Replacement MK8 Extruder Drive Feed Kit
  • Well Package With Fast Delivery

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IDS Assembled Extruder Part Hot End for 3D Printer 1.75mm Filament Direct Feed 12V Extruder Nozzle 0.4mm

  • Material: Copper
  • Nozzle: 0.4mm 
  • Input Diameter: 1.75mm 
  • Output Diameter: 0.4mm 
  • Great for DIY your own 3D printer or repair the old one.
  • The MK8 extruder has outstanding quality and the best performance for DIY and professional systems.

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BALITENSEN 6pcs of K800 Upgrade Diagonal Carbon Push Rods Arm Kit 217mm Length 4x6mm Parallel Arm Fisheye Rods for Delta Mini Kossel 3D Printer Part

Specification:
Lenght of carbon Rod: 180MM
Total Length: 217mm
Outer Diameter: 6MM
Inner Diameter: 4MM

Package:
6* Carbon Rod With Fisheyes

Product Features

  • The whole set has six parallel manipulator.
  • 217MM Length, 4*6mm Parallel Arm Fisheye Carbon Rod Kit Set.
  • K800 upgrade Diagonal Push Rods Kit – 3D Printer Delta Kossel.
  • M3 screw is used in knuckle bearing.
  • High Accuracy.

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