Stainless steel nozzles? | Ultimaker: 3D Printers

ian: I have not seen any 3rd party nozzles / print cores for the UM3 yet, so there is no place to get abrasion resistant nozzles for the UM3 at the moment. As a side track, Stainless Steel nozzles are really not desirable, they do wear and you have to lower your print speed and up your temperature since …

3D Printer Stainless Steel nozzle for a E3D V6 Extruder – Hobbyking

3D Printer Stainless Steel nozzle for a E3D V6 Extruder. Replace your brass 3D printing nozzle with this 303 stainless steel nozzle designed for when you print with specialized filaments like carbon, wood, steel and aluminum.

3D Printer Nozzle Comparison Guide | MatterHackers

Nozzles are the last physical item in your printer to touch the filament before it becomes your 3D printed part, so it’s important to understand how they work if you want to take full advantage of the possibilities afforded by the different types. Left to Right: Hardened Steel, Stainless Steel, and Brass …

E3D v6 .25MM Stainless Steel nozzle review – YouTube

Today we are taking a look at the new E3D nozzle that I got for my 3D printer.Hope you find …

V6 Extra Nozzle – Stainless Steel – E3D

Issues Using Stainless Steel Nozzle – RepRap Forums

Because I plan on printing with filled filaments soon, I decided to go to ebay and get some cheap stainless steel nozzles for my hotend in order to reduce wear. … When I printed it with the stainless nozzle, it failed after 200C with, what looked like, severe under extrusion. … Folger Tech FT5 3d printer. BAM!

Hardened steel Nozzle vs normal E3D Nozzle | E3D | 3D Hubs Talk

This means is takes longer for the nozzle to heat up and it can be difficult to maintain consistent temperatures at high speeds. Even when printing slow I notice that some materials don’t flow as well out of steel. Personally, I use both hardened and stainless steel nozzles often but only when necessary. I’m constantly …

3D printer improvements: 3D printing nozzle characteristics

They were often all aluminum because of the heating requirements, but this material is just too soft as a nozzle: after a crash on the bed, the nozzle will deform and it is quite impossible to bring it back into shape. More nozzles are produced out of stainless steel nowadays. This is not because they print …

Stainless Steel nozzle – Prusa Research – official support forum

Can anyone share some positive experience with a Stainless Steel nozzle, and what made it happen? The nozzle is the original 0.4mm SS nozzle from e3d. It happens with Antibacterial PLA and also with regular PLA from BQ, both of them printing very nicely with the regular 0.4mm brass nozzle (wich is …