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Anyone have experience with the DYZE tungsten Carbide nozzle?  

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nocturno
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Anyone have experience with the DYZE tungsten Carbide nozzle?

I buy the nozzle but I have a doubt if I have to increase the nozzle temp for print or I can use the same temp as the brass nozzle. My doubt start when I read the nozzle body is stainless steel and only the tip is tungsten carbide.

Thanks!

Posted : 12/10/2021 8:45 pm
cwbullet
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What are your specific questions?  It works.  I have about 3-4 months on one.  

Posted by: @nocturno

I buy the nozzle but I have a doubt if I have to increase the nozzle temp for print or I can use the same temp as the brass nozzle. My doubt start when I read the nozzle body is stainless steel and only the tip is tungsten carbide.

Thanks!

 

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Chuck H
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Posted : 14/10/2021 10:16 am
nocturno
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Topic starter answered:
RE: My questions

When I installed in the hotend I didn't get the space between the heaterblock and the nozzle if I installed another nozzle for example the stainless steel from E3D I get the space. I was verifying the specs of the nozzle and is .5 smaller than the E3D. Did you get that space? The other question You use the same temps for this nozzle as the brass or you lowered or increased it?

Thank you

This post was modified 5 days ago by nocturno
Posted : 14/10/2021 2:59 pm
cwbullet
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I did do a PID calibration.  Minimal to no space.  No change in temp for me.  

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Posted : 14/10/2021 5:22 pm
nocturno
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Topic starter answered:
Perfect

Thanks I will try the PID calibration 

Posted : 14/10/2021 7:35 pm
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