Trianglelab Bi-metal heatbreak Smooth

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Trianglelab Bi-metal heatbreak Smooth

Opprinnelig pris var: 125 kr.Nåværende pris er: 50 kr.

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Bi-metal smooth version

 

trianglelab 450℃-rated Bi-Metal Heatbreak melts filament faster and conducts 60% less heatacross the Break Zone than competing Heatbreaks

 

▉Size:                                               
For 1.75mm filament
▉Compatible:                                   
Please note that the smooth and threaded versions of Heatbreak are different!
The smooth surface version of HEATBREAK is also the standard size of E3D V6.

 

♦ Bi-Metal Heatbreak(Smooth version):
Bi-Metal Heatbreak(Smooth version)
Compatible with Ender 2
Compatible with Ender 3
Compatible with Ender 3 PRO
Compatible with Ender 5
Compatible with Ender 5 PLUS
Compatible with Ender 5 PRO
Compatible with Ender 6
Compatible with CR-10
Compatible with CR-10 mini
Compatible with CR-10 S4
Compatible with CR-10 S5
Compatible with CR-10S
Compatible with CR-10S PRO
Compatible with CR-20
Compatible with CR-20 PRO
Compatible with TronXY X5S
Compatible with TronXY XY2 PRO
Compatible with TEVO Tornado
Compatible with Lotmaxx SC-10

In the 3D printing world, heat break designs have gone trough a lot of changes. From the plain threaded tube in the past we reached the bi-metal heat break. This is a new design which improves thermal performance, and allows the use of lowered powered fans for less noise.

Why use a Bi-Metal heat break ?

Usually when you think about upgrading the heat break, it’s because you want to print higher temperature filaments. Most of the heat breaks used on regular printers are made from metal with a PTFE tube inside. This tube thermally insulates the filament before it reaches the nozzle.

Print higher temperature filaments

The PTFE lined heat break is fine for PLA prints because you don’t really need to go over 210C. But if you plan to print PETG or ABS it’s important to have a all-metal heat break to avoid any PTFE degradation and dangerous fumes.
An all-metal heat brake will allow you to reach up to 300C without any concerns, but there’s a downside. PLA is a bit harder to print with all-metal heat break.

Better heat transfer

Because the bi-metal heat break uses a better design, the temperature from the heatblock is not transferred to the cold end of the heat break. This means that you don’t need a lot of cooling surface if there’s not much heat to remove.
By upgrading to a bi-metal heat break, temperatures will be lower inside the cold zone and PLA prints with an all-metal heat break will be clog free. The whole concept is to use a thin metallic tube between the hot zone and cold zone of the heat break. The thermal transfer is bad trough that thin metallic tube, and this translates in much improved performance in cooling. Trianglelab took the idea from Slice Engineering and manufactured this bi-metal heat break. It’s made from copper and it has a thin stainless steel tube running trough the heat break.
When installing the new bi-metal heat break, make sure you don’t overtighten it. The stainless steel tube is thin. If too much pressure is added, the tube can be bent and your precious bi-metal heat break will need to be replaced.

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