Our cemented tungsten carbide nozzles have a unique combination of high wear resistance and good thermal conductivity and thus constitute the most versatile material for 3D printing nozzle applications. While the complicated manufacturing process causes a higher initial cost than the other nozzle alternatives, the value is significantly superior to any other options when you consider that it will last and function correctly longer than the life of a typical 3D printer.
Our nozzle also withstands deformation, corrosion, heavy load, high temperature and high pressure – as it is made from one of the few materials that can fulfill all these demands.
The unique properties of our cemented carbide nozzles offer a more dependable solution than any other nozzle material to the most challenging problem encountered in 3D printing – reliability.
- All RepRap style printers with an M6 nozzle; - E3D V6 hot ends; - Prusa i3 printers; - Creality Ender 5, CR10, etc.; - Raise 3D Pro; - Markforged printer;