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Lukes Laboratory

Pure Tungsten Carbide Nozzle - Volcano

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$60.00
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    Product Details

    This nozzle very well may be the last nozzle you buy!!

    Proud to present a Tungsten Carbide nozzle in a collaboration with Advanced 3d Printing

    This nozzle is made for the absolute harshest workloads - high temperature filled materials are challenging for many, but not this nozzle!

    The Tungsten Carbide Nozzle is a true "All filaments, One Nozzle" - throw what you got and it and watch it print, from PLA to PolyCarbonate To CF-PEEK!

    High Temperature Performance 

    Composed of pure tungsten carbide for absolute top durability

    Low Pushing Force 

    Tungsten Carbide Nozzle with high purity more than 99.98% and high thermal performance keeps an even temperature of nozzle tip during printing, thus guaranteeing a stable extrusion.

    Faster Extrusion Speed than hardened steel

    Due to the high thermal performance of the nozzle in general, the printing speed can be pushed even further without sacrificing the quality. When printing with this nozzle, you don't have to adjust the temperatures unlike a hardened steel nozzle 

    Tech Specs:

    Mohs Hardness: 9.0 (insert)

    Max Printing Temperature: 550C

    Thermal Conductivity: 130W/m*k

    Nozzle Output Tolerance: +/- .01mm

     

    Nozzle is compatible with: E3D Volcano, Takoto HE20, VolcanoMosq, Rapido, and all other hotends that use the volcano standard

    Customer Reviews

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    Wally S.
    Great Nozzle!

    Nozzle arrived quickly and fits my volcano block perfectly. The packaging made the nozzle look kinda like a ring in a little jewelry box, which my wife and I had a few laughs about using it to propose. This printer is mostly running abrasives like cf PETG and cf nylon. I somehow managed to wear out my last “hardened” nozzle, so I’m trying out tungsten now.