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20 E3D Nozzles for Creality CR/Ender Series 3D Printer US$0.71 (~A$0.99) + Delivery ($0 Shipping with US$30 Spend) @ JGmaker

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Compatibility: Creality CR Series, Ender Series, Sovol Series, JGmaker Magic, A5S, and other 3D Printers with MK8 Screw Thread.
Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
Input Diameter: 1.75mm
Screw Thread: M6
Material: Bronze

Note:
*Nozzles will be shipped from China, no extra custom fee, estimated delivery time: 10-15 days
*If there're needs for hardened steel nozzle: https://www.jgmaker3d.com/products/hardened-stainless-steel-...

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Comments

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    Well at least he's open about the drop shipping, honestly not a bad deal for 20 nozzles. You do get what you pay for with nozzles with cheaper ones have iffy machining and are a pain in the ass to troubleshoot.

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    Surely not genuine E3D V6 nozzles, very misleading if that is the case.

    Better to call them just V6 nozzles.

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      Honestly, I'm confused, what do you mean by genuine E3D nozzles? Could you send me a link?

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        E3D mean it made by the company E3D-Online which have usually longer life nozzle.

        I personally would buy more expensive nozzle instead of cheaper ones if you making money or cbf changing nozzle often.

        The name of nozzle is V6.

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        As mentioned above, E3D is the company behind the V6 nozzle.

        Their nozzles are far superior in construction as well as accuracy (size).

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    Anyone have any experiences with cheapo nozzles? How do they stack up against the stock ones included with Ender printers?

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      I’ve only bought cheapo replacement nozzles for my printer as I don’t use it for anything overly critical or to make $. They work fine. Can’t tell print quality difference from the nozzles that came with the printer (E3Pro) and the cheap ones that I bought. They’re probably the same anyway.

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        Nice to hear. Mind sharing where you source your nozzles from?