SS 40 "ICE" - 0.40mm Nozzle
Helps prevent PLA sticking to nozzle Will not carry blobs of PLA or any other filament around your print!
Super easy Cold Pull!
Lasts even longer than stainless steel nozzles. For some users it will "payback" after first use!
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For UM2/ UM2+
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This fantastic newly developed product by 3D Solex has a core of stainless steel and a multi-component molecularly interlocked tempered surface with 2 main advantages:
1) PLA ( or any other filament we know of ) simply refuses to stick to it.
2) Cold Pulls work so much better, the inside of the nozzle is "ICE" too.
3) Its surface is much more wear resistant than that of stainless steel, so it will last much longer printing abrasive filaments. Compared with brass, - it is in a class of its own.
It also works exceptionally well with chemically challenging chemicals, like glow, flexible materials, + many more.
These are the three fantastic advantages of this nozzle.
Now blobs of filament will not be carried around and depositet on your print.
It still prints slower than a brass nozzle.
Downside: A stainless steel based nozzle will not allow you to print as fast as a brass one.
Use: Run-in period of 2 hours at max 220C. This hardens/tempers it, after that, Max temp 280C.
For UM2 w/Olsson Block UM2+, Matchless V3.
Much stronger than steel nozzle. Not as fast as a brass nozzle.
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Helps preventing PLA from sticking to your nozzle Will not carry blobs of PLA or any other filament around your print! Super easy Cold Pull!0.50mm size can have an advantage with certain difficult, fibrous filaments, less clogging.Lasts even longer than stainless steel nozzles. For some users it will "payback" after first use!(Ill. image- actual image...