Ivelink MK8 Extruder Hot End Assembled Part +M6 X 30mm Teflon Tube Barrel for RepRap 3D Printer 1.75mm Filament (12V 40W Heater)

12V,40W heater. DIY hotend requires heat sink to operate properly – metal base, aluminum block, or any other type of cooling device

Assembly of this device is straight forward. Please consult with supplied drawings and pictures for visual clue. Thermistor mounted with clamping screw

Feature

– 30mm long stainless PTFE lined barrel
-NTC 3950 100K pre-wired thermistor
-Low profile: only about 43 mm high
– Nozzle is based on MK8 makerbot nozzle geometry and can be exchanged or replaced with many different types of nozzles on the market
-This will give you good selection of nozzle orifice diameters

NTC 3950 Thermistor parameters

– Small Size: 1.25mmx2.0mm glass bead
– High accuracy: 1%
– Resistance value at 25C=100K
– Wiring insulation: high temperature teflon/PTFE
– Wiring length: 1 meter

Package Including

6 * Stainless updated barrel tube
1 * 0.4mm brass nozzle
1 * Aluminum updated heater block with necessary screws
1 * 12V 40W Cartridge Heater Cable
1 * NTC 3950 Pre-wired thermistor

Product Features

  • Assembled mk8 extruder Reprap Prusa I3 3D Printer
  • Stainless updated barrel tube for trouble free, low friction print,much solid quality
  • Pre-wired NTC3950 thermistor to the updated heater block
  • Use it with heatsink or cooled metal base(Cartridge heater:12V,40W)
  • Plenty of MK8 clone nozzles compatible with this hotend – nozzle replacement is easy

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  1. They product works good and the seller support is great! The picture shows the barrel pre-installed but I had to install it and was not sure which end of the barrel went to the nozzle. I received a very quick response that the end with the tube flush at the barrel end goes to the nozzle. There is one other thing I had to do. The original printer thermistor had red/black leads for polarity and this one has 2 white wires. I just tried it one way with red/black and got an error max temp…

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