3D Printer Aluminum Assembled Extruder J-Head Hotend RepRap MakerBot

  • 0.4mm is the nozzle diameter.
  • 12V is the voltage.
  • 40W of power.
  • Diameter of feed: 1.75 mm for filament.
  • Size of heater: 6 x 20 mm (D*L)

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  • Warranty 1 year
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Filament is printed in the 3D printer using the RepRap MakerBot’s assembled aluminium extruder J-head hotend. Expand on the renowned high-temperature capabilities that let you print materials at high temperatures. The goal of the product right now is to enhance functionality by using a flexible and soft filament.

With flexible filaments like Ninja Flex, Flex PLA, and Flex Polyester, you may add the confinement and constraint required to produce high-quality prints by extending a PTFE liner tube through the hot end into your 3D printer extruder.

This gives your printer access to a plethora of new possibilities. Working with polycarbonate up to 300 degrees Celsius is made possible by all metal, as are upcoming materials that demand temperatures greater than those that can be reached with plastic extruders and hot ends.

The filament drive mechanism of a 3D printer can be forced into a tube if it is mounted on a stationary component. Because Teflon (PTFE) is a slippery material, it is beneficial. Its friction with the plastic is minimal. This prevents fatigue and energy loss. The hot end of the extruder is attached to the other end of the tube. Ed Sells proposed and pioneered the idea of employing a Bowden cable as a guide.


1. All metal enables working with Polycarbonate up to 300 degrees Celsius and with future materials that require higher working temperatures beyond those supported by plastic extruders and hot end.

2. Tested with PLA, ABS, polycarbonate, nylon, and PVA.

3. The J-head is assembled with 100K NTC thermistor and Cartridge heater, NOT heat resistor

Features :

  1. Newest Version 3D Printer Hot End
  2. Compatible for RepRap 3D printer package

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