Model Name: E3D V5 V6 hardened steel Nozzles
Material: Hardened Steel
Product Size: 12.5mm X 7.5mm
Inner diameter: 2.0mm, 3.2mm
Filament: For 1.75mm,3mm
Nozzle diameter: 0.1mm/0.2mm/0.25mm/0.3mm/0.35mm/0.4mm/0.5mm/0.6mm/0.8mm/1.0mm
Package: 1 nozzle
The material of hardened steel nozzle and brass nozzle is different in 4 ways. Firstly, hardened steel 3D printer nozzle will last longer because it is stronger and harder. You can print harder materials such as nylon without worrying about wearing out the nozzle. Faster heat up time. No more waiting for your printer to heat up. Secondly, Tougher surface makes removing jams easier. Reduce jamming. This can save you a lot of time and money. Third, Hardness steel 3D printer nozzle is more cheap for long term even its cost higher than brass because it is a better metal, you didn't need to change nozzle for your 3D printer that often. Forth, Hardness is very good for avoid clogging and wear out. The nozzle has stable quality for print high layer.
This hardened steel E3D nozzle is an appropriate fit for printing with carbon fibre, glass filled PLA, fibre wood filament or glow-in-the-dark filament. Carbon-filled filaments cause rapid and significant damage to standard nozzles. That why hardened steel nozzle was developed these incredibly wear-resistant nozzles to deal with the toughest filaments on the market. The hardened steel nozzle has been designed to resist the effects of the most aggressive filaments.
The design of this E3D hardened steel nozzle is a smooth outside wall, with M6 threaded anti-overflow. You can use this M6 threaded nozzle to ensure that there will be no clogging of the filament. This gives you the most optimum and accurate 3D printing experience. The Printrbot Simple M6 Nozzle is also compatible with most of the popular and reliable 3D printer models that use the standard M6 threaded nozzle. This way, you can enjoy having a wide variety of 3D printing options with this one tool!
A particularly handy detail about the E3D hardened steel nozzle is that it has the size of the nozzle clearly marked on the side of the nozzle. Look for the number of the desired size of the nozzle on the side of the nozzle. For example, you can find a 0.2mm nozzle on the side of the nozzle. A metal-lined marker outlines the nozzle size for instant measuring. You'll need to swap the nozzle and/or hobbled bolt for ones that match the size of filament you're trying to print.