Experiment freely. With nozzle swapping this easy, you’re free to experiment with nozzle sizes you might not have used before. Set your 3D printer up for ultra-fine or ultra-thick extrusion widths in no time at all. Print large objects in less time or tiny objects with high resolution.
Frustration-free. Each Revo Nozzle is a preassembled nozzle and HeatBreak in one unit, so there’s no hazardous hot tightening and no chance of incorrect assembly. Say goodbye to frustrating HotEnd leaks and enjoy reliable 3D printing!
Rapid identification. Identify nozzle sizes at a glance, thanks to a colour-coded silicone sock. Plus, each Revo Nozzle has its size engraved into it with easy-to-read numbers, so there are no confusing identification markers to learn!
Brass: Your general-purpose all-rounder nozzles. Ideal for PLA, PETG, ASA and TPU, along with any unfilled filaments.
ObXidian: With a wear resistance that is orders of magnitude higher than any other E3D nozzle, ObXidian is really hard. This is achieved by pairing a tool steel insert with our new E3DLC™ coating. This specially formulated coating also embeds non-stick properties into the Nozzle itself. Meaning considerably less plastic build-up around the Nozzle.
Brass HighFlow: Unlike our previous E3D High Flow Hotends (Volcano and SuperVolcano), Revo™ High Flow maintains the exact same form factor as standard Revo HotEnds; this means there is no need to adjust your pre-existing mount and fan duct setups! Revo™ High Flow uses a unique custom internal geometry to increase the surface area for improved thermal transfer to the filament.
Brass Belt: Designed specifically with belt printing in mind, these belt nozzles have a longer reach to enable printing at 45° with Revo HotEnds. Start swapping nozzles in under 60 seconds without tools or hot tightening. Just use your fingers!
- Revo™ Nozzles are not compatible with V6-style heaterblocks
- You may need to adjust your Z offset when changing nozzles.
- We do not recommend using abrasive materials with 0.25mm nozzles. The particle sizes, especially with fibres, can often be larger than 0.25mm, significantly increasing the risk of clogging the nozzle. However, 0.25mm nozzles still benefit from the reduced stick properties of the E3DLC coating.