RICHOOSE 3D Printer Parts Ender 3 Hotend Assembled Ender 3 Pro Extruder Kit
Assembly Kit, Pro Extruder Kit, V 40W, Creality Ender 3 / Ender 3 Pro Ender 3 V2 With Silicon Cover And 0.4Mm Nozzles
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What buyers say about RICHOOSE 3D Printer Parts Ender 3 Hotend Assembled Ender 3 Pro Extruder Kit
It wasn't as hard as I had thought it to be, and you should check your assembly manual for the model you're buying to make sure it's 24v.
I had some old filament ruin my hot end, so I got a bunch of wiring, and a pack of spare nozzles, we were big pluses. I just switched to PETG, and still have some configuration work to do to fix.
I have been using the Ender 3 for a few weeks now and I have to say, it is a very easy to use and easy to clean tool to use.
The whole assembly was a direct replacement for the original, and all the wires were the correct length.
One reviewer says there is a missing part, but it's not a hotend.
Is this compatible with the Ender 3 Pro V2?
The hot end doesn't work with ender 3 V2.
I don't know if this comes pre-wired at the opposite end of the extruder.
The heater ends in bare wires, usually attaching to a terminal block.
Is this work for the Ender 5?
This does not work for the ender 5 so please purchase the Ender 5 parts from the link below.
How hot can the end get?
The maximum temperature is between 240C and 250C.
Will this fit the geeetech a10?
Also, the heater block attachment holes are slightly offset from the extruder hole on this one, and on the Geeetech they're all inline.