Our precision machined Brass MK10 PTFE nozzle compatible with a wide range of 1.75mm printers including FlashForge and Cocoon.
Selected Nozzle Diameter - 0.4mm
Offering excellent thermal conductivity and suitable for temperatures up to 300°C, our 3DPS Precision Brass MK10 PTFE nozzles are compatible with 3D printers and hot ends using 1.75mm filament and MK10 PTFE nozzle style as found on the FlashForge and Cocoon printers.
Brass is the most common metal for 3D printing nozzles due to its excellent thermal conductivity and suitability with most 3D printing materials on the market.
Available with 0.2mm, 0.4mm, 0.6mm or 0.8mm diameter output.
Please note this nozzle does not include PTFE tubing. PTFE tubing can be purchased separately here.
*Compatible with the original standard extruder. Not compatible with Guider II and Guider IIS high temp extruder.
**Please note any 3D Printer and Hot End specifications can be subject to change without notice. Additionally if you have changed or upgrade the hardware of your 3D printer, the nozzle type you need may be different.
Click the 'Specifications and Installation' for details about the nozzle.
You MUST heat up the nozzle installed in your printer before you remove it and install your new nozzle. If you do not heat it up, you will damage components in the extruder assembly it is attached to!
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