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cwbullet
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Re: Which nozzles for MK3?

You really are better off buying original E3D nozzles rather than Chinese rip-offs.

You will generally find the quality to be way better.

Nozzles: https://e3d-online.com/nozzles-for-3d-printer

Resellers: https://e3d-online.com/resellers

Peter

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Posted : 09/08/2018 1:06 pm
cwbullet
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Re: Which nozzles for MK3?

I order some of the knockoffs. I will try them. Does anyone know of a good US based seller of the originals.

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Posted : 09/08/2018 3:22 pm
bobstro
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Re: Which nozzles for MK3?


I order some of the knockoffs. I will try them. Does anyone know of a good US based seller of the originals.
MatterHackers has a great assortment, good prices and fast free shipping. PrintedSolid also has good prices. They charge a small amount ($3.00) for shipping. I've used both and recommend them.

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Posted : 09/08/2018 3:44 pm
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Re: Which nozzles for MK3?


Does anyone know of a good US based seller of the originals.

Please see the link in my original post to "Resellers". It's all there if you bother to read and look.

Peter

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Posted : 09/08/2018 4:02 pm
cwbullet
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Does anyone know of a good US based seller of the originals.

Please see the link in my original post to "Resellers". It's all there if you bother to read and look.

Peter

That is a bit of a jerk response. I did look and I can read. It did not show up on my tablet and the scroll did not work to see the rest of the list. Once I looked don my desktop, it showed up.

You know what they say about assumptions - looks like you fit the bill.

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Posted : 09/08/2018 5:53 pm
PJR
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Re: Which nozzles for MK3?


That is a bit of a jerk response. I did look and I can read. It did not show up on my tablet and the scroll did not work to see the rest of the list. Once I looked don my desktop, it showed up.

You know what they say about assumptions - looks like you fit the bill.

Sorry,were you assuming that the link I posted didn't work, so you asked again? Bit of a jerk response that.

Peter

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Posted : 09/08/2018 11:52 pm
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Re: Which nozzles for MK3?

I apologize. Your response was not very helpful and ticked me off. The link you provided only showed options for the top three countries on the list. It would not scroll and it looked like there were no US distributors. It is a compatibility issue. I have emailed the company.

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Posted : 10/08/2018 1:06 am
PJR
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Re: Which nozzles for MK3?


I apologize. Your response was not very helpful and ticked me off. The link you provided only showed options for the top three countries on the list. It would not scroll and it looked like there were no US distributors. It is a compatibility issue. I have emailed the company.

Likewise, apologies; bad day at the office for me.

Here's the copy/past list from E3D for the US.

Company Address Website
Filastruder USA http://filastruder.com/
3D Maker World USA http://3dmakerworld.com/
Flux Integration USA http://fluxintegration.com/
Hydra Research USA http://www.hydraresearch3d.com
Maker Farm USA http://makerfarm.com/
Makers Tool Works USA http://www.makerstoolworks.com/
Matter Hackers USA http://matterhackers.com/
PrintedSolid USA http://printedsolid.com/
PRINTiTindustries USA http://printitindustries.com/
UltiBots LLC USA http://ultibots.com
SMW3D USA http://smw3d.com
IT Works USA http://itworks3d.com/
Quantum 3D USA http://quantum3dprinting.com
A3D Technologies USA https://www.a3dstore.com/

If you add your location to your profile, it can help 😉

Peter

BTW, the web site scrolls as expected on my Android phone (desktop site).

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Posted : 10/08/2018 12:07 pm
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Thanks. I am new to this forum software. I will add a profile.

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Posted : 10/08/2018 6:46 pm
Konstantinos Zita
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Nozzle Compatibility mk8 vs v6

Hello guys!! First of all I dont know if this is the correct thread but I have to ask about nozzle compatibility. I recently bought a MK3S Prusa but I have many unused nozzles from my Ender 3.

My obvious question is if these nozzles are applicable to the V6 hotend.

Apart from a possible difference in length (i suppose it is an issue), are there any other considerations? 

Best 

Konstantinos

Posted : 30/09/2021 2:01 pm
bobstro
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Posted by: @konstantinos-zita

[...] Apart from a possible difference in length (i suppose it is an issue), are there any other considerations? 

The Creality uses a Mk8 nozzle IIRC. You want the V6 style nozzles. That length matters. A lot.

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Posted : 30/09/2021 3:45 pm
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