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Superlab Bi-Metal Heatbreak for Ender 3

by OEM
Two kinds of metals are used to make the throat tube. Copper is used for the head and tail, and stainless steel tubes are used in the middle. Copper...
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Company: OEM
Made in: China
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DESCRIPTION

Two kinds of metals are used to make the throat tube. Copper is used for the head and tail, and stainless steel tubes are used in the middle. Copper accelerates the melting of the filament and heat dissipation at the tail. The stainless steel tube reduces heat transfer upwards, which can effectively reduce blockage. Of course, it is recommended that the filament return distance should not exceed 1-5mm.

Because the original heatbreak uses Teflon tubes, the gap in the middle position is too long, so when making all metal, it is necessary to reduce the middle distance, which will cause part of the copper to be exposed to the air, so we use a tapered design to effectively conduct heat. At the same time, it will also reduce the heat in the middle position, so that the heatbreak of this structure can play the best effect.

SPECIFICATIONS

Fits Printer:
  • CR-10
  • CR-10 Mini
  • CR-10S
  • CR-10S4
  • CR-10S5
  • CR-20 Pro
  • Ender Series
3D Printer Consumables:
Extruder Pipe
Extruder Compatibility:
  • CR10 (MK8 Hotend)

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Size:
    • Heat end M7
    • Heating end M6
  • Total length: 27mm
  • Use for: 1.75mm
  • Material: Copper & Stainless Steel