These high-quality 3D printing nozzles are designed specifically for use with Prusa’s latest extruder – Nextruder. Compatible with Prusa’s MK4 and XL 3D printers, they feature an all-metal filament guide which means that Nextruder’s filament path is entirely metal. This helps improve overall printer reliability and enables speedier nozzle changing.
Simplified nozzle changing. Changing a nozzle on your Prusa printer just got much easier! Waste less time changing your nozzles and more time experimenting with different sizes and materials.
Easy identification. Each Nozzle has its size engraved into it.
- These nozzles are only compatible with Prusa MK4 and XL 3D printers.
⚠️ WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Mineral Oils, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Lead and Nickel, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm
- Input diameter: 1.75mm
- Maximum temperature: 300°C
- Compatible with: Prusa MK4 and XL
Great hotend! Software support is currently (Aug. 8, 23) lacking
After flashing my i3 mks+ to firmware 3.11 there has been no issue, v. 3.13 still has issues.
I installed this to my MK3S+ Prusa, and its running spot on and the nozzle change is simple. Absolutely fantastic! This is working exactly as advertised. I couldn’t be more impressed.
If I reviewed this before I got a nasty blob I’d say this was the single best upgrade I had done for my printer. I would look to optimize my nozzle each print and could really min max my printer times. It really is pretty amazing. It’s super easy to use and the gimmick just works. Unfortunately, I got a pretty nasty blob. When I have had this happen before on a normal v6 (maybe once or twice before over a few years of printing) it was annoying but you could heat it up and remove it. When I did that on the Revo my heater core and nozzle had fused with the PETG that was inside it. It tried my best to clean it but the magic never came back. Ultimately, I reached out to E3D and they basically told me what I already knew and didn’t offer much advice and not offering to replace anything. Mind you think thing was lass than one month old. So at this point I have a hot end that can only be adjusted with tools and at temperature which I’m sure anyone considering this mod knows is simply a v6. I suspect the blob is a known issue that is supposed to be mitigated by the fact that it has both a heater core sock and a nozzle sock. If those don’t stop it I think you’re in for a rough one. I’m sure you could clean it back to new if you were well versed in it but I couldn’t. think I damaged my heater core beyond repair trying to get the pictures that E3D support wanted. The real issue here is E3D has no documentation on this issue and I’ve not found anyone online that seems to have had this problem. So in the meantime I reinstalled the v6 and it works fine just plugging along with a 0.4mm. However, I’m now I’m at the cross roads of where the repair it or give up. It will cost me $60 to get back where I was before the blob. Unfortunately printed solid doesn’t have that heater core in stock even if I want to so difficulty sourcing the part has given me more time to think it over.
Just got it easy to install need to use it more tho
Perfect drop-in replacement to V6
The Revo seems to come to temp much faster than the V6, very little Z calibration was needed. I have zero complaints, works perfectly.
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