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Hardened Steel Nozzle 0.4 mm/ 1.75 mm 3D Printer MK8 Nozzles

100 % Satisfaction Or Money Back Guarantee, High Temperature Wear Resistant, Hardened Steel Nozzle, All Metal 3D Printer, Creality Cr 10 All Metal Hotend

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7.08 out of 10, based on these 10 factors:

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  • What buyers say about Hardened Steel Nozzle 0.4 mm/ 1.75 mm 3D Printer MK8 Nozzles


    It was in a five pack and should last for quite some time.


    I put one of these bad boys on and set the temp up to 10 degrees higher because they are steel.


    I bought these to try out some of the nozzles I use on my Creality CR-10 and they are just as easy to install as the ones I use in a brand new nozzle.


    These steel nozzles are great for printing at higher temperatures, and will not cause jams if you print at 20c.


    I had to increase my width to 125% to try to print decent, and I did that by tweaking the PID and changing the Z offset.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    I bought these for my ender 3 pro, they won't print without messing up, what is wrong with them?

    A:

    If these are not the size that you are told to be, I would recommend getting a refund.

    Q:

    Is it compatible with the bibo 3d printer?

    A:

    I can't say 100%, but if you search it, it says they are compatible.

    Q:

    I have tried a 7mm as suggested for the standard size nozzle but that slips and a 6 is to small. What size sockets do I use to remove this?

    A:

    I used the little tool that came with my printer to use the screw driver.

    Q:

    Is it possible that it works with the snapmaker?

    A:

    It works well on the Ender 3 v2.

    Q:

    I bought these for my ender 3 pro, they won't print without messing up, what is wrong with them?

    A:

    If these are not the size that you are told to be, I would recommend getting a refund.

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