These nozzles are for high-flow applications with abrasive materials. They will increase the max volumetric flow of your hot block and will fit the following hotends/hot blocks:
- Mosquito® / Magnum
- Mosquito® Liquid
- Mosquito® Magnum+
- Mosquito® for Creality
- E3D Chimera and Kraken
- E3D V4, V5 and V6 blocks
- Prusa i3, Prusa MINI
- RepRap M6
- Avoid Cold Change Of Bondtech CHT Nozzles
- Copper is a soft material and doesn't withstand high mechanical efforts. Before removing or tightening any Bondtech CHT nozzle, heat it up to 280°C, or at least above 250°C. Use at most 1.0 Nm of torque. Recommended torque is 0.5 Nm.
- Size limitation for fiber-loaded filaments
- Use only 0.6, 0.8 and 1.0 mm nozzle sizes for carbon or glass-fiber loaded abrasive filaments.
- For particle-loaded filaments
- For metal, wood, glitter, or other particle-loaded abrasive filaments, you may use the 0.4 mm nozzle size.
- Copper body
- Hardened Vanadium Steel inserts
- Nickel coating
- 1 unit per pack
- Optimized for 1.75 mm filament
- Compatible with 2.85 mm filament
- Requires a 6mm wrench
Bondtech CHT BiMetal RepRap Coated Nozzle Advantages
- Abrasive-proof to work with carbon and glass fiber composite materials
- Higher melt capacity from increasing the surface area of the heating walls
- Flow rate gains between 25% and 65%
- Competitive price/performance price
- Machined with ultra-precision
- Copper body and hardened vanadium steel inserts
- Nickel coated surface
- Follows nozzle standard:
- RepRap M6 (M6×1.0 threads, 7.5 mm length, 12.5 mm overall length)
- May be used with 1.75 or 2.85 mm hotends
Flow Rate gains may vary. Results depend on the hardware, materials, and print settings used.
Advantages of the Bondtech CHT technology:
Bondtech CHT Nozzles split the filament into 3 thinner strands allowing the material to melt from within. In doing so, the material melts faster and higher flow rates can be used.
Advantages of the Nickel Coating
A Nickel coating is applied to these nozzles to provide protection against corrosion, erosion, and abrasion. Nickel-coated nozzles have more corrosion resistance and a lower coefficient of friction which allows slicker feeding of material and delays plastic adhesion to the nozzle's surface.