Nozzles for Raise3D Printers

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JClay
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Nozzles for Raise3D Printers

Postby JClay » Sat Jan 28, 2017 9:18 pm

I am looking into buying the N2 or N2+ but I wanted to check in about the nozzles. I know that Raise3D sells a hardened nozzle in a few sizes, but are we able to use other nozzles fairly easy with these printers from other sources? I am wanting a printer that has a much leeway as possible regarding nozzle sizes, toughness of the nozzles, etc. This is why I am leaning more toward these printers instead of the Utlimaker 3(and of course build volume) as the Ultimaker 3 is extremely limited at this time.

Charles
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Re: Nozzles for Raise3D Printers

Postby Charles » Sat Jan 28, 2017 9:47 pm

The threads are the same as the E3D v6 nozzles so any of the E3D V6 nozzles will fit.

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Re: Nozzles for Raise3D Printers

Postby JClay » Sat Jan 28, 2017 9:59 pm

That is great to know Charles! =)

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NRHK
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Re: Nozzles for Raise3D Printers

Postby NRHK » Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:51 pm

there is a promotion now on it, german company:
https://dddmaterial.com/home/shop/produ ... -m6-0-4mm/

M6 so it fits to RAISE3D hot ends
tungsten is the dopest nozzle that you can have, and in term of reliability, no problem!
the friction is very very low

if you produce aggressive filaments (carbon fiber, reinforced nylon or others)
the best couple:
Bondtech + tungsten premium nozzles!
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Re: Nozzles for Raise3D Printers

Postby lami3d » Thu Mar 02, 2017 11:09 pm

Hello,

i was searching for this information so thanks !

and thanks NRHK for the link but i was wondering about a ruby nozzle http://olssonruby.com/testimonials/ (as it fit on ED3 hot end) and i can see in the comparison table that tungstene is good but not very good in term of hardness Vs Ruby that is equivalent to sapphire properties... Have you experienced also ruby nozzle ? Would you have an idea of how much abrasive filament tungstene nozzle can print before begining to die ?
On ruby site; it's 0.3kg for a brass nozzle and 1.0kg for stainless steel nozzle http://olssonruby.com/design-quality/
but hardness of "bad" tungstene can be lower than "good" stainless steel according to the comparison table...

Let me know if you have informations on these kind of nozzles. Tx

outfoundry
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Re: Nozzles for Raise3D Printers

Postby outfoundry » Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:53 pm

NRHK wrote:there is a promotion now on it, german company:
https://dddmaterial.com/home/shop/produ ... -m6-0-4mm/

M6 so it fits to RAISE3D hot ends
tungsten is the dopest nozzle that you can have, and in term of reliability, no problem!
the friction is very very low

if you produce aggressive filaments (carbon fiber, reinforced nylon or others)
the best couple:
Bondtech + tungsten premium nozzles!


Can I confirm if the DDD Material nozzles would work out of the box? There's another topic on this forum about differing thread lengths. Also, do I need to tweak any software settings? Thanks!


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