Mechanical Accessories

If you're looking to step up your 3D printing game, you should check out some 3d printer accessories, These little add-ons can help you achieve better precision and consistency in your prints, or open up new possibilities in terms of materials.

Extruders & Heat Blocks

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Timing Belt & Pulley

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Stepper Motors/Controllers

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Lead Screws & Nuts

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Fasteners & Screws

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Smooth Rod

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Limit Switches

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Other Mechanical Accessories

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3D Printer Mechanical Accessories Price In India:

Mechanical accessories for 3D printers include major components such as a heat bed, a filament coil that serves as printing material, and an extrusion head known as an extruder, fasteners, flexible coupling, solid coupling, nozzles of various sizes, bearings, GT2 timing pulley, motor pulley, lock nut, lead screes, extruder gears, aluminium spacers, pulleys, etc.


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 

Rs. 650

1 Meter x GT2 Open Timing Belt 6mm Width Pitch 2mm 

RS. 94

GT2-6mm Belt Width 20 Teeth 6.35mm Bore Timing Pulley

Rs. 142

GT2 6mm Belt Width 20 Teeth 5mm Bore Timing Pulley

Rs. 62

SC16UU Linear Bearing (16 mm)

Rs. 216

LM8UU 8 MM Linear Motion Bearing for 3D Printer

Rs. 99

SCS12UU 12mm Slide Unit Block Bearing

Rs. 180

Trapezoidal Screw 300mm rod with Copper Nut

Rs. 348

Trapezoidal Screw 400mm rod with Copper Nut

Rs. 491

4 Start T Type Copper Nut - 2mm Pitch

Rs. 105

A4988 Stepper Motor Driver

Rs. 83

5mm to 8mm Flexible Coupling

Rs. 83

Mounting L Bracket of Nema 17 Stepper Motor for 3D Printer

Rs. 86

12V 40W Ceramic Cartridge Heater

Rs. 130


1. What is an extruder?

  • One of the most important components of a 3D printer is the extruder. It is the component of the 3D printer that is in charge of drawing in, melting, and pushing out the filament. It is commonly referred to as a "fancy hot glue gun." In some cases, it is used to deposit a bonding agent in order to solidify the powdered material.  

2.What is a Heat Block?

  • The heating block of a 3D printer is the section of the extruder where the nozzle meets the thermal barrier tube. The heater cartridge and thermocouple are also housed within the heating block.

3.What is a Timing belts?

  • Timing belts are made of rubber and have hard teeth that can interlock with the pulley. Timing Belts have long been used to generate linear motion, timing synchronization, torque, speed conversion, and so on.

4.What is a Stepper Motor?

  • The print head in most 3D printers is moved by a specific type of motor. Stepper motors are so named because they rotate in discrete steps. This allows for precise control over how far the motor turns and how far the print head moves. 

5.What is the use of a Nozzles in a 3D printer?

  • The 3D printer's nozzle is the mechanical component that extrudes the filament. It transfers thermal energy from the heating cartridge and block to the filament, melting it.

6.What is a lead screw?

  • A lead screw is a type of mechanical power transmission used in high-precision actuation machines. It is used to convert rotational motion into linear motion. A lead screw (or leadscrew) is also known as a power screw and a translation screw. 

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