Slice Engineering Accessories Slice Engineering Nozzle Torque Wrench™: 1.5 Nm
Slice Engineering Accessories Slice Engineering Nozzle Torque Wrench™: 1.5 Nm
Slice Engineering Accessories Slice Engineering Nozzle Torque Wrench™: 1.5 Nm

Slice Engineering Nozzle Torque Wrench™: 1.5 Nm

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    Why Buy From 3D Printernational

    Slice Engineering Nozzle Torque Wrench™: 1.5 Nm

    • Specifically designed for changing nozzles

    • 1.5 Nm torque provides the correct seal to prevent leaking plastic

    • The perfect tool for one-handed nozzle change when paired with Mosquito® hotends

    • Fits any Slice Engineering nozzles natively, with just enough wiggle room for that baked-on plastic

    • Fits other style nozzles with off-the-shelf adapters

    Annoying nozzle changes getting you down? Use the Nozzle Torque Wrench™ to wrench away your leaky nozzle woes. The rotary slip mechanism is set to 1.5 Nm, the exact torque you need to get that nice seal when tightening your nozzles, and uses a standard 1/4” drive.

    Designed to fit the Slice Engineering™ Vanadium Nozzles™ without an adapter, as our nozzles have a 6 mm hex (that’s a little under 1/4” for those that don’t speak Metric), with a little wiggle room for that stubbornly adhered plastic.

    The Nozzle Torque Wrench™ will fit any other nozzles when used in combination with a hex-to-square drive adapter and appropriately sized socket.

    Made in Taiwan, packaged in the USA. 


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