Extruders & Heat Blocks

The 3D printer extruder is like the arm that does all the heavy lifting. It melts and lays down the plastic filament to create your 3D object.

A 3D printer heat block is a crucial part of the 3D printer that helps to keep the temperature consistent while printing.

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Extruders & Heat Blocks Price In India

Product Price

MK8 Extruder DIY Kit for 3D Printer

Rs. 283

E3D V6 All Metal J-head with Fan for 1.75 mm filament 0.2 mm Nozzle Extruder 

Rs. 744

3D INKJET E3D V6 J-head Extruder Kit

Rs. 750

E3D Aluminium J-Head Hotend RepRap Extruder for 3D Printers

Rs. 650

MK8 Extruder for 3D printers

Rs. 1,795



1. How hot does a 3D printer extruder get?

  • The standard temperature of the extruder motor without housing is about 45-70°C. Filament coming out of the extruder can be between 190 and 310 degrees Celsius. While the plastic is still hot, it becomes pliable and can be easily molded into different shapes. However,  it hardens quickly when cooled and retains its shape.

2. How hot should extruder be?

  • The normal temperature of the 3D printer Extruder should be in the range of 180-230 °C or 356 - 446 F.

3. What happens if extruder is too hot?

  • If you`re printing with any filament, when it gets too hot, you'll see stringing and blobs due to the fact the cloth is getting runny and exiting the nozzle in an out of control manner. Because it is out of control, you'll additionally probably see artifacts displaying up to your prints. If your layers are not adhering to 1 another, heating up your warm quit can commonly restore it, however be careful: If the extruder is just too warm, the PLA filament can turn out to be more tender and flimsy. This can reason your prints to be messy.


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