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Nozzles

The nozzle is the machine part of the 3D printer that pushes the filament. Melt the thermal energy supplied from the  cartridge heater and blocks toward the filament. The nozzle also determines the print quality, printing time, and  the strength of printing.

 

FAQ:

 

1. What size nozzle is best for 3D printing?

  • Proper nozzle height is measured from the nozzle to the target (ground, growing leaf, or stubble). Nozzle size and style affect printing and how to choose the best nozzle for your 3D printing needs. A 0.40mm brass nozzle is ideal when using traditional materials  such as PLA or ABS and medium-sized parts. We recommend a 0.25mm brass nozzle for small parts and a 0.8mm brass nozzle for large parts.

2. What is nozzle in 3D printing?

  • The nozzle is the machine part of the 3D printer that pushes the filament. Melt the thermal energy supplied from the cartridge heater and blocks toward the filament. The nozzle also determines the print quality, printing time, and  the strength of printing. The nozzle for 3D printer are available in various types and sizes on Robocraze.

3. Do I need to replace 3D printer nozzle?

  • Nozzle size and style affect printing and how to choose the best nozzle for your 3D printing needs. If you experience print quality issues after checking all other parts of your 3D printer, it's time to replace the nozzle.

4. How often should you change 3D printer nozzle?

  • 3D printer nozzles are consumables that are used, abused and replaced many times during the life of the 3D printer. There is no set time frame for changing or replacing the nozzle, but we recommend  every 3-6 months. The replacement interval varies greatly depending on how often you use your 3D printer, the type of filament you use, and the quality of your nozzles.

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