Kee Pang MK8 Extruder Hotend kit for MakerBot Prusa i3 Reprap 3D Printer

100% brand new and high quality

Single head geeetech MK8 extruder upgrade, with excellent quality and the best performance of DIY and professional systems. Simply, assemble your own double extrusion head.
42mm high quality stepper motors have a high torque and less heat buildup
Guarantee of thermal insulation cotton special ceramic stability; energy saving
Direct drive, without heavy equipment, compact size and weight
Built-in special high temperature self-lubricating material
Variety of specifications to choose the best.
Extrusion nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
Printing Material: 1.75mm
low nozzle: Approx. 24cc/hour
Shaft speed: 40 mm/s
Nozzle heating Voltage: 12V
100 K NTC thermistor, cooling fan, Operating voltage: 12V
Heater: 6mm, 12V

Operating temperature Normal: 190-250 ℃(the maximum temperature does not exceed 280 °)
Quantity:1Set

Package includes:
1Pc x MK8 Extruder 3D Printer Part

Product Features

  • 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: Refund your money in 30 days.Any accessory appears to be unable to work, please contact us and get free replacement
  • Filament size: 1.75mm PLA/ABS or other 3d print materials.
  • Sports shaft speed:10-100mm/s
  • Nema 17 high quality stepper motor with larger torque and less heat buildup.
  • Compatible with most prusa i3 3d printers with some slight modifications when mounting it.Single head MK8 extruder upgrade, with excellent quality and the best performance of DIY and professional systems.

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3 comments

  • Jon V.

    Good replacement hotend. I purchased this hotend to replace an ailing hotend on my Folgertech 2020i. The original hotend was a standard Mk7. I was hoping that an all-metal hotend would improve the overall reliability of the printer. Here are my observations:1. It’s all metal. That means that it will last and doesn’t need the cooling block that is normally on the throat. The metal body of the hotend acts as a heatsink, so you don’t have to worry about the filament melting up in the extruder…

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