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Micro Swiss Plated Copper High Temperature MK8 Style Heater Block Upgrade for CR10 / Ender / ANET A8 Printers MK7, MK8, MK9 Hotends

Original price $ 0.00 - Original price $ 0.00
Original price $ 0.00
$ 19.50
$ 19.50 - $ 19.50
Current price $ 19.50
SKU M2802

This Micro Swiss plated heater block upgrade is built from a high-temperature Copper Chromium Zirconium that allows you to reach temperatures up to 500°C. This special alloy retains its strength at much higher temperatures compared to a regular copper alloy. It is compatible with 100K thermistor, cartridge-style thermistors, thermocouple, PT100 and PT1000 sensors.

Threads size: M6x1.0

Block dimensions: 21mm x 20mm x 10mm

Made in USA by Micro Swiss

  • CR-10-S5
  • CR-10-S4
  • CR-10S
  • CR-10 MINI
  • CR-10 Smart
  • CR-20
  • CR-20 Pro
  • CR-6 SE
  • CR-6 MAX
  • Ender 2
  • Ender 3
  • Ender 3 V2
  • Ender 3 Pro
  • Ender 3 Max
  • Ender 5
  • Ender 5 Plus
  • Ender 5 Pro
  • Ender 6
  • TronXY X5S
  • TronXY XY2 Pro
  • MK7, MK8, MK9 Hotends
  • Micro Swiss hotend for CR-10 Kit
  • Micro Swiss hotend for CR-10s Pro Kit
What's in the box
  • Copper heater block
  • Allen key

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Javeron 3D
with the upgraded nozzle it becomes amazing

with this and the upgraded nozzle I am able to print reliably at 210 C at 0.3mm layers, 0.65mm widths, 80mm/s with GST3D filament. so 15.6mm^3/s. which is really nice to be able to pull off. seems I should be able to go a good bit faster with IIIDMax but I am waiting for the shipment of filament to test to verify

Brent Oatman
Fits great, looks fantastic

No issues installing this part, it looks fantastic and was a great fit for my PT1000 temperature sensor.

Dale Weber
One of the good ones!

Micro Swiss is one of the best suppliers I have ever dealt with. I am a very happy customer!

stephen Pointon
great upgrade

added this to my existing micro swiss direct dreve setup and works great

Silicone sock

It looks good but haven't tried it yet. Does anyone make a silicone sock for this? The stock sock is a bit to small.