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All Metal Hotend Kit for Creality CR-10 / CR10S / CR20 / Ender 2, 3, 5 Printers

Original price $ 63.50 - Original price $ 63.50
Original price $ 63.50
$ 63.50
$ 63.50 - $ 63.50
Current price $ 63.50
SKU Part Number: M2583-04

This is an All Metal Hotend Kit for CR-10 / Ender Printers.

This is a drop in All Metal Conversion kit for the CR10 printers. It requires absolutely zero modification to your printer to install. Our uniquely designed cooling block eliminates need for a thermal tube. By not having a separate thermal tube inside the cooling block, it allows for faster heat dissipation.

The thermal heat break is made from Grade 5 Titanium Alloy to provide excellent thermal isolation between the heater and the cooling block. Titanium is extremely strong material and offers almost 3x lower thermal conductivity than stainless steel, creating more defined melt zone.

CNC Machined and Assembled in USA

  • CR-10 (Will NOT fit CR-10 V2)
  • CR-10-S5
  • CR-10-S4
  • CR-10S
  • CR-10 MINI
  • CR-20
  • CR-20 Pro
  • Ender 2
  • Ender 2 Pro
  • Ender 3
  • Ender 3 V2
  • Ender 3 Pro
  • Ender 3 Max
  • Ender 5
  • Ender 5 Plus
  • Ender 5 Pro
  • Ender 6
  • Elegoo Neptune 2S
  • TronXY X5S
  • TronXY XY2 Pro
  • Tevo Tornado
  • Alfawise U20
  • Longer LK5 Pro
  • Lotmaxx SC-10
  • Voxelab Aquila
What's in the box
  • Aluminum Cooling Block
  • Grade 5 Titanium Heat Break
  • Aluminum Heater Block
  • Brass Plated Wear Resistant MK8 .4mm Nozzle
  • Silicone Sock
  • Hardware kit

Installation Instructions - Video

Extra Nozzles

Brass Plated MK8 Nozzles

A2 Hardened tool steel MK8 nozzles

M2 Hardened High Speed Steel Nozzle MK8 nozzles

Customer Reviews

Based on 80 reviews
Luis Carlin
Don’t know what all the BS is about

This is an amazing upgrade when you know how to install it and how to use it. It only clogs when it’s not hot enough to push material and if you just stick with the nozzle it came with you won’t get that amazing for pa12cf and above the line for standard materials. Keep in mind to run your PID tuning after installation and heavily edit your print profile specifically in the retraction areas and you’ll be set.

Andrew du Toit
Not so happy anymore

I got my Micro Swiss all metal hot end about a year ago. It was awesome the quality of my prints was much better and still is better than the Boden tube setup on my Ender 3v2. But then one day few months ago it started leaking next to where the heat break screws into the block. I had to strip and clean everything. It worked well for a while but then it started blocking. I removed and cleaned it again. But ever since that day it has not been the same. The grub screw does not hold on to the heat break anymore. Not sure if it was my fault but my previous standard hot end lasted longer and was still ok until I replaced it with the Micro Swiss.

I am now looking for a better all metal hot end.

Dawn Jones
Review after 6 months

I've been using two of these for 6 months, one on an Ender 3 Pro and one on an Ender 2 Pro. I've already switched back the Ender 2 Pro to a stock hotend as I mainly print PLA on it and I'm currently on the search for a different all metal hotend for my Ender 3 Pro.

It's extremely easy to install and it does a great job with printing as long as you follow the directions to measure your e-steps after install.

However, I can't recommend it as there's a serious flaw. The heatbreak and block are held to the heat sink with a single tiny grub screw that eventually fails. Mine started failing 2 months ago. I ordered new grub screws directly from MicroSwiss and still have issues. You don't know that it's slipping until you walk by and hear the nozzle scratching across your bed. I've ruined 2 PEI sheets so far thanks to deep gouges when it happened while I was not in the room.

If they had the two screws that all other hotends have to hold the heatblock to the heatsink this wouldn't be an issue and I will ensure that my replacement doesn't have the same flaw.

Best so far

Well machined hot end little overpriced imo but isn't everything these days, I have tried using a Noctua fan on this but it clogs (wanted quieter printer for my small apartment but sadly seems not an option) Just make sure you have plenty of airflow cooling or you will run into issues, very easy to install & I have it setup on a cheap Chinese linear rail works great :)

Daryl Kisosondi
Not direct replacement for Ender-3 Max Neo

Nice hotend, but was not a direct replacement for the new Creality Ender-3 Max Neo. The new Neo hotend comes with cartridge stye temperature sensor. So, I had to upgrade the heater block to my new upgraded MicroSwiss hotend.