Wangdd22 15pc/set 1.75mm Teflon Throat Tube+0.4mm Extruder Nozzle Print Heads+Heater Blocks Hotend for MK8 Makerbot Anet A8 3D Printer

Descriptions:
Specification of Brass Nozzle:
Type:0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head
Color:Golden.
Material:Brass
Size:5*13mm
Input Diameter:1.75mm
Output Diameter:0.4mm

Specification of Extruder Tube:
Type:Nozzle Throat
Compatibility:3D Printer
Outer Thread:M6
Nozzle Throat Outer Diameter:7mm
Nozzle Throat Inner Diameter:4mm
Length:30mm
Filament Diameter:1.75mm
Material:Stainless Steel

Specification of Heater Blocks Hotend:
Name:Metal Part
Color:Silver
Specification:20*20*10mm

Package list:
15 piece/set ( 1.75mm Teflon Throat Tubex5pcs,nozzle 0.4mmx5pcs,Heater Blocks Heating Hotendx5pcs)

Product Features

  • Pack of 5 x 3D Printer Extruder Hotend 30mm Length 1.75mm Nozzle Inputting Tube( for MK8 Makerbot Reprap Prusa I3 3D Printer) and 5 x 3D Printer 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head.
  • Nozzle Throat: Outer Thread – M6; Inner Diameter – 2mm; Length – 30mm; Filament Diameter – 1.75mm; Material – Stainless Steel.
  • 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head: Color – Golden; Material – copper (brass); Size – 5*13mm; Input Diameter: 1.75mm; Output Diameter: 0.4mm.
  • Compatibility: compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D Printer
  • Quanlity:15pcs/lot (5 piece 1.75mm Nozzle Inputting Tube,5 piece 3D Printer 0.4mm Extruder Brass Nozzle Print Head,5 piece Heater Blocks Hotend)

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  1. OK. Glad there were five when I needed only one good one. when I received these, they looked fine. Came time to use one and when I tried to screw in the nozzle and the heat break tube, they would not screw easily into the aluminum block. Tried another one and they seemed to screw in fine. I printed with it OK, and when done, I left my filament in the printer (did not remove from the extruder). When I went to use it again the next day, I brought the printer hot end up to the normal PLA heat setting of 195 degrees celcius. When I tried to pull out the…

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