When it comes to 3D printing, Phaetus is at the forefront of designing high-end sprinkler head systems, developing efficient printing material processes, and providing customers with cutting-edge printer-hardware integration solutions.
For those who are serious about their 3D printing projects, Phaetus components are crafted with precision and durability in mind. For example, the Phaetus Ruby Nozzle was specifically designed to fill a gap in the market for reliable nozzles with better temperature resistance and longer lifecycles. As for the Phaetus Hotends, they were born out of a high demand for improved thermal efficiency and a solution for heat dissipation caused by molten deposition.
If you’re searching for dependable 3D printer parts, Phaetus is a wise place to start. At Phaser 3D, we carry an expansive range of nozzles, hotends and silicone socks from Phaetus. Choose between nickel-coated, brass, hardened steel or other varieties.
Given that the nozzle is the last component of your 3D printer to come into contact with the filament, it obviously has a huge impact on the quality of the final 3D printed object. The three things to consider when choosing a nozzle are size, material and inner diameter. Bigger nozzles result in faster extrusion speeds, while smaller diameters are better suited to printing thinner layers and walls. When it comes to materials, brass is typically the most cost-effective choice. However, brass nozzles aren’t as durable as, say, copper or tungsten carbide.
As for 3D printing hotends, this component is arguably as crucial to the quality of the final printed product as the nozzle is. A hotend needs to achieve the ideal scientific flow rate ratio to ensure a smooth and seamless print. Phaetus designed the “Dragon Hotend” with these considerations in mind, after extensive research and development – something Phaetus is hailed for worldwide.
Our friendly and knowledgeable team is always happy to assist with any queries you have about our products and services. Give us a call on (02) 4311 9090 or email email@example.com.