E3D Revo™ Six Prusa Edition

E3D Revo™ Six Prusa Edition

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NOTE: The Prusa edition has slightly shorter cables to match the original Prusa lengths. It also does not include the fan duct.

No machine redesign. Revo Six is a top choice if you want to update your old E3D V6 setup to the latest generation of E3D HotEnd technology. It has the same height, the same diameter, and the same groove mount as the E3D V6, so it drops straight into V6-fitted machines without the hassle of redesigning print head mounts and accessories. Just fit it, connect the Revo HeaterCore, and you’re ready to 3D print. 

Ready for Revo. Revo Six is designed to work with Revo Nozzles, so you can perform nozzle swaps with your fingers at room temperature without complex tools or hot tightening. Each Revo Nozzle is factory sealed, making it much simpler to use and more reliable than most HotEnd technology available today. 

Enhanced performance. Revo Six uses a Revo HeaterCore, our latest HotEnd heating and sensing architecture. It reaches temperature much faster than a traditional aluminium HeaterBlock, and it’s much safer: a positive temperature coefficient (PTC) means the HeaterCore can’t melt at extreme temperatures, reducing hazards in the event of a thermal runaway. 

A new look. An anodised black heat sink distinguishes Revo Six from its predecessor, and every unit ships with a premium crystal-clear fan duct so your machine will stand out from the crowd.

Compatible with:

Prusa i3 MK2/ MK3 variants (make sure you select the correct voltage for your setup)

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Jose L.
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Great replacement for V6, but beware you might still need a Heater Core exchange

I broke my V6 (many of us have been there) by being reckless with PC CF, once a blob of death claimed my heater block + Nozzle X, I decided screw it I might as well get a new entire assembly, and I got a REVO Six for my prusa. Started out very nice, but while playing with my nephew I saw in the tail of my eye my printer extruding PETG at 290s after I had expressively started a 240-250 print, and after that one time my heater core never worked correctly again. There is some sort of problem with the thermistors in some of the stock REVO Six, I contacted E3D directly asking them about what I could do to fix it, and instead they just sent me a replacement. It is now working better than my V6, but still it required a bit of work to dial it in. Go to the Prusa forums and look up how people are dealing with REVO's oozing and new retraction settings, and see if they help. These settings may be very dependent on your filament, so do not assume it'll be a miracle fix. Overall after the replacement, its working better than the V6, I've yet to try seriously printing with the other nozzles, but one thing I give a negative to is these nozzles have a bad tendency to get dirty, and if they get dirty enough the filament burnt on it will eat the sock, my .040 already is sockless because of this.