J-Head 3D Printer Kit Extruder Nozzle Head Cleaner Bits 1 each (2each) .6mm .8mm 1.0mm + bit holding pin-vise
THE BITS: These Micro-drill bit Extruder Nozzle Cleaners are an essential item for any 3D printer owner. Every extruder nozzle must be cleaned out from time to time. These nozzles are very difficult to clean properly. These micro drill bits are of the highest quality, made in Japan. They are the perfect tool for the job. By using these precision drill bits, you will extend the life of your nozzle and without a doubt, produce finer prints. If you need another size or have any questions, contact us and we will take care of you.
THE TOOL This multi-functional tool is perfect for hand cleaning the nozzle head to your 3D printer. You can use a drill to do the job, but the hand held tool is more safe. The high speeds of electric drills can cause damage to the nozzle head if the user does not have very steady hands. This tool is very easy to hold and compact at 3.5″ long.
Will clear nozzles and produce finer prints
Shipped in protective plastic case
J-Head and Standard Nozzle Print Quality Solution
3.5″ Bit Holding Pin Vise with 3.175mm and 2.0mm chuck
1) MK10 Nozzle for 1.75MM Material: Brass Filament inlet: 1.75mm Fit for: Wanhao Dupicator D4/I3/Dremel and various Makerbot 3D Printers
Please verify that these are the nozzle for you printer. M7 thread MK10
2) Custom bit holding Pin-Vise
Fits 2.0mm and 3.75mm shank bits
3) Nozzle clearing drill bits:
(2 each) 0.2mm 0.3mm 0.4mm
(1each) 0.5mm 0.6mm 0.8mm 1.0mm
These drill bits are of the highest quality you can find but are delicate by nature. Only with the bits can you clear clogs and clean out nozzles of any size. We have bits of larger sizes if you should need them.
The delicate nature of the bits means you must be very careful when using them. Do NOT apply side pressure. North/South movements only. You can clear a cold nozzle if done carefully, but it is HIGHLY recommended that you heat the nozzle first. You can leave it on the printer, or take it off. You can even heat it with a blow-torch after removing, but that will blacken the nozzle. Regardless, the nozzle should be fastened or clamped down if removed to avoid movement. Once you get the nozzle firmly set, use the pin-vise to insert the bit slowly. Spin the bit a few rotations and slowly pull it out. The nature of the bit curves will pull out any clogs and you are back in business!!