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Meafeng 0.2MM MK8 Ender 3 Nozzles 10 pcs 3D Printer Brass Nozzles Extruder

Nozzle Size, 10Pcs 3D Printer Brass Nozzles Extruder, Precise Nozzle Shape, Metal Storage Box, Needles

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.28.2010
H&F Rating 108 reviews
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What We Like

  • Outer surface marked with a size that allows to easily identify the nozzle
  • Versatile design makes it compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer
  • Made with centering CNC precision automatic lathe that ensure smooth operation

Disadvantages

  • The size may vary

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8.24 out of 10, based on these 10 factors:

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  • What buyers say about Meafeng 0.2MM MK8 Ender 3 Nozzles 10 pcs 3D Printer Brass Nozzles Extruder


    I was able to print a part with the leak that looked good and I think they're a good choice for people with a shorter block or longer heatbreak.


    I may be able to make them work with more space from the portion that is hex, because I could tell from the photo that they were long enough.


    I installed a Maefeng nozzle after I checked out the stock nozzles on hand. Flow seemed good, and I began to tune in my new stock on PETG.


    The metal is high quality and Amazon was great to get these to me quickly.


    I tried this nozzle on an E3d hotend but it wouldn't seal to the heatbreak before the upper heat sink hit the block, so I had to print a utility part with it.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Is it compatible with the ender 3? I'm not sure if it is.

    A:

    It's compatible with the Ender 3, but the nut section may be shorter than the original.

    Q:

    Is it possible to feed thrrew with an 0.3 nozzle?

    A:

    Since I replaced my nozzles with these ones, my prints seem to be much less problematic.

    Q:

    I want to know if it's a standard nozzle?

    A:

    I have not found a good 3D printing company that costs as much as these nozzles. Compared to other expensive nozzles, it is more suitable for most people.

    Q:

    Will they fit in a stock Ultimaker?

    A:

    If you use nozzles that have an M6 thread and a 4mm thread length, these should work well.

    Q:

    Will they fit on an ender 3 pro?

    A:

    I have an Ender 3 and it works well.

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