Hexagon Hot End

Hexagon Hot End

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$45.00

Quick Overview

The Hexagon hot end is an all metal hot end, since there is no PTFE or plastic to be found anywhere in the hot end it is safe up to 400C which is much higher temperature then most hot ends with PTFE linears that max out at about 245C tops.


 This means the Hexagon hot end can print Nylon, Polycarbonate, ABS, PLA, Flexible Filament, LayWood, PVA, HDPE. This is truly a future proof nozzle and will last you a long time with its rugged CNC machined construction.


This kit contains all items listed below:



  • All Metal Hexagon Hot end with .40mm Nozzle

  • Aluminum Mounting Plate

  • 12v 30watt Ceramic Heater (Can heat up to 300c)

  • Fan with wiring and Fan Shroud

  • EPCOS 100k Thermistor with wiring

  • Set Screws and Alan wrench

  • Barrel Wrench


 *** It is recommended to run a continuous fan on this hot end, especially if you are unfamiliar with temperature needs per filament type ***

Hexagon Hot End

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The Hexagon hot end is an all metal hot end, since there is no PTFE or plastic to be found anywhere in the hot end it is safe up to 400C which is much higher temperature then most hot ends with PTFE linears that max out at about 245C tops.

 This means the Hexagon hot end can print Nylon, Polycarbonate, ABS, PLA, Flexible Filament, LayWood, PVA, HDPE. This is truly a future proof nozzle and will last you a long time with its rugged CNC machined construction.

This kit contains all items listed below:

  • All Metal Hexagon Hot end with .40mm Nozzle
  • Aluminum Mounting Plate
  • 12v 30watt Ceramic Heater (Can heat up to 300c)
  • Fan with wiring and Fan Shroud
  • EPCOS 100k Thermistor with wiring
  • Set Screws and Alan wrench
  • Barrel Wrench

 *** It is recommended to run a continuous fan on this hot end, especially if you are unfamiliar with temperature needs per filament type ***

Hexagon Build Guide

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