Extruder Hot End Kit for Snapmaker 2.0
Extruder Hot End Kit for Snapmaker 2.0
Extruder Hot End Kit for Snapmaker 2.0
Extruder Hot End Kit for Snapmaker 2.0
Extruder Hot End Kit for Snapmaker 2.0
Extruder Hot End Kit for Snapmaker 2.0

Extruder Hot End Kit for Snapmaker 2.0

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An extruder hot end kit replacement for the 3D Printing Module of your Snapmaker 2.0; Compatible with all three sizes of the Snapmaker 2.0

Overall Features:
• Compatible with Snapmaker 2.0 3D Printing Module
• 0.4 mm brass nozzle
• Covered by silicone sock, isolating heated parts to stabilize the temperature and provide protection

Snapmaker 2.0
Extruder Hot End Kit

Description

• Compatible with Snapmaker 2.0 3D Printing Module
• 0.4 mm brass nozzle
• Covered by silicone sock, isolating heated parts to stabilize the temperature and provide protection

Specifications

Customer Reviews

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I
Isma Guzman

Perfect part

H
Hideo OTANI
working well

I bought this kit in case of trouble of current head, which workes very well.

A
A Griffiths
Superb Hot End Fix Kit

Hot end fixed with this cost effective replacement. Easy to fit & works right out of the box. Simply excellent.

G
Gal Kortzak
Very good

Fast shipping, well packed :)

L
Lindsey Wright
Quick and easy but room for development

Buying from snapmaker store was quick and easy. The replacement hot end was exactly as described and a direct replacement for the original part. However it would be great if it could run hotter so that more filament varieties can be used. Filaments are getting more sophisticated and need hotter operating temperatures. I’m currently trying to Prototype using different Carbon Fibre filament brands and blends and I’m having trouble getting the snapmaker 2.0 hot enough to correctly melt and bind the filaments, particularly if needing to use larger nozzle’s. If we could get up around 320deg that would be great.