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Slice Engineering Slice Engineering Copperhead Heat Sink - 1.75mm - Screw Mount - G2

Slice Engineering's Copperhead Heat Sinks are made from aircraft-grade aluminum and created specifically to fit the Standard Copperhead Heat Breaks.

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Slice Engineering's affordable yet feature-rich Copperhead Hotend System

UPGRADE TO THE COPPERHEAD HEAT SINK FOR SUPERIOR HEAT CONTROL AND VERSATILE MOUNTING OPTIONS

The Copperhead™ is a low-cost, open-source hotend option that can handle the heat — heat creep, that is. Replace your factory model hotend with the Copperhead™, to upgrade your 3D printer’s performance and reduce jamming, giving you a smooth print every time. The Copperhead Heat Sink is designed for superior heat dissipation, improved noise reduction, and features an adjustable Z-height. This adjustable Z-height feature enables users to adjust and perfect their calibrations with ease or easily build multi-extrusion systems for their 3D printers. There are two mounting options available so that you can select the style that will best suit your needs and current 3D printer. The Screw Mount option uses the same universal mounting interface as Slice Engineering’s Mosquito Hotend, while the Groove Mount option unlocks compatibility with Bondtech extruders and many other 3D printer configurations.

3D Printer Compatibility table for the Slice Engineering Copperhead Hotend System

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

G2 PRODUCT UPDATES

The CopperHead Standard Heat Breaks have increased in length by 3 mm to accommodate Raise3D 3D Printers. Now known as the CopperHead Heat Break – Standard - G2, the accompanying heat sinks that fit this heat break have also been updated to Copperhead Heat Sink - Groove Mount - G2 and Copperhead Heat Sink - Screw Mount - G2.

Combining the Copperhead G1 Standard Heat Break with Copperhead G2 Heat Sinks and visa-versa will still function for customers who have older versions of each component.

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