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What nozzle for the CR-10 pro V2


jabbakahut
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I have purchased (wasted money) several replacement nozzles all claim to be compatible with this printer, but the threading is obviously different. I though this used the MK8 nozzle?


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Even the product page isn't helpful, it lists the nozzle as a M6x1. But after considerable research, I think it's actually M6x.75


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For anyone else that ends up in this posistion... (Since Creality doesn't offer product support).

 

You need to order nozzles with the thread M6x0.75

I found some by MicroSwiss on Amazon, but that is it.

 

On top of that, I now broke my BL touch pin, and it only came with one spare, and of course they don't sell that either.


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校工叔叔(Mr. Au)
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Just FYI, remember to heat up the nozzle before replacement.


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@nice Hi, Mr. Au. I know that but do not know why. It will make the enclosed force better for the nozzle when is the heating block cooling down, right?


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The law of nature, object expand when something is hot.  Do it when it heated up so that it will shirk when it cools down which result a better bonding.


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