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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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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


  • The size may vary

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8.24 out of 10, based on these 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


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


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


    Is it possible to feed thrrew with an 0.3 nozzle?


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


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


    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.


    Will they fit in a stock Ultimaker?


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


    Will they fit on an ender 3 pro?


    I have an Ender 3 and it works well.

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